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Fundraising Research Consulting & Training
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The Capgemini World Wealth Report: 5 Key Takeaways for #Fundraising  
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John Paulson's recent $400m gift to Harvard has unleashed an unhealthy backlash within the #fundraising community. HBG's Rachel Dakarian explains:
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When you're rating major gift prospects, it's good to go beyond just capacity ratings:
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29 questions that analytics will help answer for your #nonprofit
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Venturing into international #prospectresearch and #fundraising ? Here are some great tips to get you started or help you find even more information.
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Like every thriving enterprise, nonprofits need strategic intelligence to build on past successes. If you're thinking of introducing analytics into your action plan, here's a quick primer of terms brought over from the business world to illustrate what analytics means and what it can do.
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Getting a new computer (or a new database) can be an opportunity for some spring cleaning and new apps:
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Celebrating (with pride!) the contributions of those of us who form the foundation of nonprofit fundraising success:
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Each month, an HBG staffer blogs about a favorite topic. February's guest blogger Alisa Morgan talks about the impact great internal customer service can have on the way others view your organization.
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This month on the HBG blog we've been talking about high net worth individuals and board membership. Senior Researcher Rick Snyder kicked us off with a very popular post called "What You and the 1% Have In Common." The series ended today with a primer on the proxy report to help you find those hidden executive perks buried in SEC documents. Come take a look:
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