Business Philanthropy Leadership
Do you need to generate more revenue or secure investment funding with private investors? Are you an entrepreneur or philanthropist in need of alternative income options and strategies to move your vision forward?
Dr. Tammé Shinshuri is a Business Philanthropist. She works with entrepreneurs and philanthropists to transform their for-profit or non-profit business into a socially beneficial and sustainable business enterprise. Learn how to use the low-profit limited liability (L3C) corporation to transform your business into a self-sustaining operation.
Business Philanthropy is a generative-income business operations model. It focuses on helping entrepreneurs and philanthropists identify, plan, develop, and implement revenue-generating solutions. It is a bridge that closes the gap that exists in securing investment funding and attaining long-term profitability in any socially beneficial enterprise, for-profit, or non-profit business venture.
Dr. Shinshuri developed this philanthropic business model to align with the L3C tax structure. An L3C is a for-profit, social enterprise venture that has a stated goal of performing a socially beneficial purpose while receiving a financial return.
The L3C corporate structure is gaining momentum across the United States. Legislation has passed in several states and Indian reservations including: California, Connecticut, Illinois, Louisiana, Maine, Michigan, North Carolina, Rhode Island, Utah, Vermont, Wyoming, and federal jurisdiction of Crow Indian Nation of Montana and the Oglala Sioux Tribe.
Introduction to Business Philanthropy
This introductory course provides an overview of the L3C structure, defines key Business Philanthropy terms and concepts, and explains the full program and what entrepreneurs and philanthropist can do to start using this business approach to start or transform their organization.
In this seminar, participants gain a greater understanding of business philanthropy principles, differentiate between for-profit, non-profit, and L3C structures, assess their readiness to operate a philanthropic business, and select the Business Philanthropy approach needed to start or convert their organization to the L3C structure.
In this program, participants learn to use the Business Philanthropy model to generate revenue for a socially beneficial enterprise. Participants work together as a team to identify, plan, develop, and implement a workable solution. The knowledge and wisdom gained from real-world application provides a strong foundation for implementation and use in their own social enterprise, for-profit, or non-profit business venture.
In this coaching program, participants apply all the principles learned through the Business Philanthropy leadership program to create, develop, test, and launch their own social enterprise or convert their non-profit or for-profit business into a social enterprise. It is a real-life hands-on learning experience that each participant must take to walk and live inside these business principles, as a Business Philanthropist, and to create a self-sustaining business operation. This program requires a minimum 12-month commitment. Only serious applicants will be considered.
Register to experience Business Philanthropy Leadership and take your business to a new level.