Structuring for social enterprises: issues to consider when diversifying NFP income streams

Published Date: 13 Mar 2024


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As NFPs look to variously survive, thrive and/or grow, some will look to diversify income streams to protect against the uncertainty of fixed or static funding models (such as philanthropy or government grants). This may involve a journey of entrepreneurship, merger or consolidation, or some form of social enterprise.

This session explores what a commercial journey might look like for an NFP organisation, including ensuring all activities are permitted under the governing rules, potential changes to structure to facilitate growth and manage risk, and working with partners, be that in an informal collaboration, a joint venture or even approaching a merger.

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Timothy Stokes FTI


  • Published By: Timothy Stokes FTI
  • Published On:13 Mar 2024
  • Took place at:RACV City Club, Melbourne

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