Article selected by Daniel McDiarmid, Principal Consultant
By Catherine Chapman, 24 March 2016
If you have any familiarity with the investment market, then you have likely heard the name Warren Buffett. In 2015, Forbes listed Mr. Buffett as the second wealthiest man in the world. He created his wealth through his business, Berkshire Hathaway. While his business expertise is legendary and often studied in Ivy League institutions resulting in his being known as the “Oracle of Omaha,” many of his most successful business practices can be applied to the nonprofit sector to increase funding.
These six fundraising tips from Warren Buffett are not. The author draws parallels between Buffett’s approach to business and effective fundraising. A short piece with very good advice, but alas, not fundraising tips from Warren Buffett.
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