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Proven Streams of Revenue for Under Funded Libraries

Date : Nov 16, 2005
Start Time : 11 a.m. Eastern
Length : 00:54:33

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The uncertain economic times in library funding are requiring library professionals to create new ways to generate revenues while serving an increasing number of patrons.
The Proven Streams of Revenue for Under Funded Libraries Workshop will "Show You The Money" from six different revenue stream programs that other libraries and non-profit businesses are using to generate revenues to serve their customers.
Participants will learn how to:
  • Partner with Affiliate Programs to Generate Revenues 24/7/365
  • Use the most overlooked revenue resource available to libraries (Big or Small) today!
  • Join and Create Community Partnerships
  • Incorporate Charitable Giving Programs

Paula Chiarmonte —Managing Consultant, Skystone Ryan

Paula Chiarmonte brings to Skystone Ryan extensive experience as a consultant, fundraising executive and educator in nonprofit management. As a principal with firms in Durham, North Carolina and more recently in Sacramento, California, she has provided organizational development and fundraising counsel to both nonprofit and public sector organizations. A former librarian, Ms. Chiarmonte earned a Bachelor’s degree in Art History and Master’s degree in Library and Information Science from State University of New York, Buffalo. She also has a degree in Business Administration from Canisius College in Buffalo. She is the author of Handbook of Volunteer Management and Create a Planned Giving Bequest Program for Your Library

Andrew Sanderbeck —President & Founder, PeopleConnect Institute

Andrew Sanderbeck CPC, is the Founder of Andrew Sanderbeck, Inc., a Florida based company that brings creative and heart centered solutions to the management and team needs of library professionals worldwide.

Andrew is an accomplished trainer and facilitator and has worked with Fortune 500 companies including Continental Airlines and Teletech, Inc. as a trainer in Sales and Customer Service before turning his focus to libraries in 1999.

Andrew Chair's The Small and Rural Libraries Interest Group of the Florida Library Association and publishes Library-Connect, a free e-newsletter read by library professionals in all 50 States and 9 Countries.