Commercial Charity Book

Commercial Charity 3D slimNew Book:

The Commercial Charity: how business thinking can help non-profits grow impact and income

Our latest publication will be available in bookshops and online from 3rd April 2020.

The Commercial Charity tells you everything you need to know to develop profitable earned income, and how to apply business principles and techniques to dramatically increase any non-profit’s reach and impact.

Available to pre-order:

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Pre-order now to receive the bonus content outlined below.

To view the contents, click here.

What people are saying about The Commercial Charity:

“Absolutely essential reading for anyone working or aspiring to work in the modern charity sector.” Richard Williams, Director of Enterprise & Development, NCVO

“An indispensable guide” “Any third sector senior leader will find something new and inspiring in this book” Mark Lever, National Autistic Society

“The chasm between commerce and charity needn’t seem so great, nor so murky and perplexing. This book acts as a bridge between those two worlds. Martin Halliwell, British Red Cross

Insightful and thought provoking… provides a clear focus on the reality of a 21st century non-profit.” Alex Skailes, Director at the Centre for Charity Effectiveness, Cass Business School, London

“It challenges conventional thinking in the sector in a really engaging and motivating way… I have already ordered copies of this book for everyone in my organisation” Richard Hawkes, British Asian Trust

Pre-order for bonus content

Pre-order one copy: Free invitation to a one-hour on-line webinar in April 2020, where the the Author will step through the key concepts and messages in the book, share further insights and examples, and take live questions from the audience.

To share with friends and colleagues:

Pre-order three copies: Receive the above invitation, plus free access to a series of eight 30-minute videos where the author steps through each of the book’s chapters in more detail, explaining key essentials, common challenges and solutions, and sharing further tips for success.

Pre-order five copies: All of the above, plus a free invitation to the book launch in London on 5th May 2020 to personally meet the author and network with contributors and leaders from across the sector.

To share with the team:

Pre-order ten copies: All of the above, plus a free one hour call with the Author. The call can be used as either a coaching call for an individual, or as a conference call with the team, covering the topics of your choice.

Pre-order twenty-five copies: All of the above, but instead of the one hour call, the Author will host a 90-minute in-person seminar with you and your team at a location you arrange either in Nottingham or in London, on a mutually agreeable date, covering the topics of your choice.

To share with the organisation:

Pre-order fifty or more copies: All of the above, but instead of the seminar, the Author will visit your site and spend a full day with you and/or your team. The content of the day will be based on an initial phone conversation to assess your needs, and may combine speaking, personal coaching and group workshops as desired.

How to redeem: Simply pre-order from any stockist and email with your details. Note: For bonuses of ten books or more, proof of purchase will be required.




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