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ChangeMatters, Benefit LLC
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Promoting the art of business for sustainable community impact.
Promoting the art of business for sustainable community impact.

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Strong university leadership program for social/environmental problem solving. Deadline for applications soon.

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End of year reflection on your social enterprise's song cycle. Intriguing, thoughtful, lovely piece by "our" Ryan Turner ow.ly/rVLTl

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What bothers me about [the toss wet noodles and see if they stick] theme in LEAN startup, rush to scale, and macho-nerd-tech thinking is that for the organizations and companies I care about, the customers and users are either vulnerable or actively working to assist those who are. Serving up half-baked solutions just isn’t good enough. 

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The Social Innovation Lab annual Kickoff event tonight, December 2nd at 5pm in the Smith Building (400 N. Broadway) at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. The 2013-2014 teams will quickly pitch their ideas — Our Baltimore colleagues hope you’ll come out to support some of city’s young social entrepreneurs. The event is free, food will be provided, and over 100 have rsvp’d, so it should turn into a fun networking event for the SocEnt community.

Tomorrow am, early: Baltimore at Humanim for Social Enterprise Breakfast. Amy will speak on the panel w/ Rodney Foxworth and Marty Schwartz. They'll be talking money and social ventures.

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What is content marketing? It's pretty much writing about useful stuff that helps you attract allies, kindred spirits, donors, and customers. 

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 Pleased to see the results report on our pilot Beginning Farmer Rancher Program (Delta Farm Start) in the Mississippi Delta. Modest and good numbers. That means increased profits for emerging small production farms and more money in the pockets of farmworkers. And it means a bit more fresh and local (and usually organic and low pesticide) produce on the tables of their neighbors. 

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Todays WashPost: SNAP, diabetes, McAllen, TX.  Later this wk, I'll be at a USDA mtng there, looking for ideas (+$...) to do more in Mississippi and elsewhere. 
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