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How to Take In-Person Events Online | 7 types of events & services that can successfully transition from in-person to online, with examples of how local Delaware nonprofits made the switch.

Improvise. Adapt. Overcome.

If you haven’t already made this your mantra to get through the coronavirus pandemic, you might want to adopt it. COVID-19 has drastically changed our working and social atmosphere for the foreseeable future. So we could all duck our heads down and hope it’s over soon. Or we can embrace change and make the best of a chaotic and frankly, kind of crappy, situation.

What kind of change am I talking about? With all this talk about social distancing, it’s more important than ever to reach out to each other in other ways. And we’re lucky! Technology provides so many avenues to do just that. Through video conferencing, live streaming, and other communications software, we can use technology for personal interactions, marketing, selling, education, and so much more.

If you’re convinced that your organization’s particular type of service just can’t translate to the web, let me show you some examples.

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Business Ethics Manifesto | The values and beliefs behind our business | Jenn Wells Design

People often say they want to make an impact, make their mark, effect change, etc.  But what does that actually mean?

The actions each individual takes may differ but the underlying desire is the same.  To leave the world better than we found it.  People who want to create change in the world see a problem and then take steps to improve it, instead of complaining and continuing on about their day.

I recently read an amazing article over at Yes and Yes about building ethics into your business.  I’ve had some vague ideas about values that were important to me, in and outside of my business, but I’ve never vocalized it or built it into my mission statement.  Remedying that now!

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