Todays WSJ: Strategies for Survival

April 23, 2009 | Joan Babinski
Todays WSJ: Strategies for Survival
he Special Olympics World Winter Games, a Brainshark nonprofit grant customer, is featured in today's Wall St. Journal!  The WSJ article "Helping Themselves" describes how nonprofits are cutting costs and raising revenues in the midst of fewer donations and declining investment --- and we're thrilled to be mentioned!  Games organizers used Brainshark to reduce costly in-person training. 

See the presentation that was used to train 5,000 volunteers:

If you are involved in a nonprofit, whether it's your full time job or your passion outside of work, visit the our non-profit page to learn how Brainshark can be used to cost-effectively raise awareness, train volunteers, recruit members, raise funds, and more.
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