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Baremetrics has put together a roll up of companies on their site who are embracing transparency by opening their dashboards to the public. It's great to see a roll up here - got any others to share? Thoughts on this?
Not sure if anyone from baremetrics is here or not but they could totally market their service to non profit agencies and organizations. there's a growing concern on non profit transparency in the U.S and Canada. Non profits need to show how transparent they are or they stand to lose both donors/funders/sponsors and clients they serve.
They could easily customize this tool toward non profits by showing number of donors - both individual and corporate - and donation value, number of clients served and government funds and grants.
By having this tool, non profits could attract more donors, sponsors and support from funders and grant agencies.
Non profits could also attract more clients to serve (in the case of non profit service centers like employment centers) by showing them how many real clients they have successfully served.
@babakniroumand Interesting point of view. I'm not a Baremetrics user so I'm not sure how customizable the KPIs are in their dashboard but sounds like something worth discussing. @shpigford
@farronh most people don't recognize the huge potential in the non-tech savvy nonprofit sector.
"Potential" doesn't necessarily equal "profit", unfortunately.
Obviously there's a *need* for this sort of openness in the non-profit sector, but from our perspective (the need to build a profitable business), it's not necessarily a great market to go after, I'm afraid.
@shpigford @farronh @babakniroumand You're all right about the need for transparency regarding nonprofits (a topic I never thought I'd see on GH!)
As a former nonprofit board member who's seen some horrible stuck go down in the industry (like Yele-Gate...smh, tragic: http://www.nytimes.com/2012/10/12/world/americas/quake-hit-haiti-gains-little-as-wyclef-jean-charity-spends-much.html?pagewanted=1&_r=1), you're preaching to the choir.
Good news for you all: this classic Fast Co piece on Y Combinator's new wider-ranging strategy published by
Max Chakfin just a few weeks ago opened my eyes to a new startup in the latest YC batch that can improve things.
It's called GiveEffect and its Founder/CEO is Anisa Mirza (a photo of her and other founders in the batch are in the article). It's goal is to:
"Mizra’s low-cost software platform helps not-for profits modernize online fundraising so more donations can go to their cause rather than towards administration."
Kinda handy to have that all in one place - thanks for posting :)
Agreed. This is great. Looking forward to seeing this list grow.
Great topic! I know of another top startup that is transparent: Mention, one of the coolest and innovative startups I've discovered in Paris since arriving from California.
In recent months @gillesbertaux and the Growth Hacking/Marketing team at Mention (just him and Mention CMO @GuillaumeCabane have shared the secrets behind their success openly on Twitter and at a Growth Hacking meetup in Paris which had a slide deck that was trending on Growthhackers (https://twitter.com/guillaumecabane/status/571270455899897856)
I've noted the startup products they use to reduce their churn and keep the progress going in recent months and they are all below (Chatlio, Satismeter, etc.)
(And if you want some fresh Growth Hacking expertise you can check out Gilles' slide deck from his recent Growth Hacking keynote at a Belgium event a few days ago.
I'm confused. Someone guide me through this please or why have it at all
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