Detroit Nonprofit Day: Network, Learn, and Empower

By Kavya Davuluri on February 26th, 2018 / Comments

Bamboo Detroit, MP Consulting Group, and the University of Detroit Mercy’s School for Social Entrepreneurship have banded together to make Detroit Nonprofit Day the grandest conference of the season. With over 200 nonprofit founders, key executives, and team leaders, the conference aims to empower attendees to understand the knowledge, skills, resources, and relationships required for long term sustainability and deep impact.

On April 14th, attendees can enjoy a day filled with numerous speakers from all over Detroit and diverse sessions, with topics ranging from developing a narrative to program evaluation to budgeting and donation garnering. Add to the day free breakfast and lunch, prominent guest speakers, free parking, and a chance to empty your pockets of your own business cards and filling them with new connections. The opportunities for growing your enterprise through this enjoyable event are innumerable.

Bamboo founder, Amanda Lewan, also recognizes that there’s a deeply rooted student interest in social enterprises and opened up student packages for a discounted price until April 14. Student or not, you can purchase your all-inclusive ticket here. Early bird prices end on March 5!

MP Consulting Group has worked with nonprofits for over a decade, developing their strategic financial plans. Meanwhile, Bamboo Detroit, as an entrepreneurial hub and force in downtown, has had the mission of connecting people, telling their stories, and empowering their innovations. And lastly, the School of Social Entrepreneurship at the University of Detroit Mercy prides itself upon its mission of equal growth and learning opportunities for all social enterprises that aim to revitalize Detroit.

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