December 19, 2018

Big Think published an article by Rich Tafel, director of Raffa Social Capital Advisors, on the advantages and disadvantages of establishing a hybrid for-profit / nonprofit business model.

By Richard Tafel, Director, Raffa - Marcum's Nonprofit and Social Sector Group, Social Capital Advisors

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Big Think published an article by Rich Tafel, director of Raffa Social Capital Advisors, on the advantages and disadvantages of establishing a hybrid for-profit / nonprofit business model. Managed Accounting Services

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Hybrid models that include both for-profit and nonprofit entities can maximize the advantages of each model, while minimizing the disadvantages. These hybrids come in many shapes and sizes.

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