|Sent on:||Wednesday, March 6, 2013 2:18 PM|
Hey there, goodnik;
Just a reminder about tonight's event, Accounting for Social Enterprise; we have a great speaker lined up, Paul Konigstein, Senior Consultant with Accounting Management Solutions. He's going to give us a primer on accounting for small business and nonprofit organizations - how to plan for it, how to collect the right metrics for donors and funders, grant compliance, and a lot of other things that everyone who has already or might soon start any kind of business should know. The event kicks off at 7pm sharp so please be there a few mintues early to get a seat. We're hosting this at The AlleyNYC, 500 7th Ave 17th Floor. This is a new space for us, so we're excited to be there. It's also the home of the Goodniks in Residence Program.
Speaking of the Goodniks in Residence Program, we're still accepting applications. We have room for 20 or more social entrepreneurs in teams of up to three people to work alongside the other members of AlleyNYC. This is a vibrant community of entrpreneurs that has loads of great speakers, great connections and awesome events, so the Goodniks@AlleyNYC is a way for social entrepreneurs to take advantage of all that at an extremely discounted rate. Read all about the program on the Goodnik website then fill out an application.
Next, a shout out to Cofounders Lab; this is an awesome application for poeple looking to find a partner to launch their business. I went to one of their events and found it incredibly useful - great energy, great people. If you're on the fence about starting a social enterprise and all you need is the right partner to make it happen, consider working through Cofounder Labs. They have an upcoming event that you can attend as well.
One more thing; if you already RSVP'd for tonights event but are no longer able to attend, please make sure to change your RSVP early so that others can attend.