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What’s Special About Nonprofit Mergers?
Recorded on April 19, 2016

Nonprofit leaders and association board members are finding that mergers and other strategic alliances can free them from the struggle of trying to meet growing needs with shrinking funds. In fact, mergers can create cost-savings and synergies that generate the resources and momentum to keep member services and programs going strong.

Could a merger make the difference for your association?  The first step is to understand when mergers do (and don’t) make sense. Next, you must look ahead at how you’d get buy-in and avoid frequent pitfalls.  Then, if a merger is right, you need to find a way to reach an agreement without letting sky-high consulting fees ruin the value of the merger itself.

Now, let one of the association community’s top merger experts guide you through it all!

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Nonprofit leaders and association board members are finding that mergers and other strategic alliances can free them from the struggle of trying to meet growing needs with shrinking funds. In fact, mergers can create cost-savings and synergies that generate the resources and momentum to keep member services and programs going strong.

Could a merger make the difference for your association?  The first step is to understand when mergers do (and don’t) make sense. Next, you must look ahead at how you’d get buy-in and avoid frequent pitfalls.  Then, if a merger is right, you need to find a way to reach an agreement without letting sky-high consulting fees ruin the value of the merger itself.

Now, let one of the association community’s top merger experts guide you through it all!

Register now for What’s Special About Nonprofit Mergers?

In this 90-minute webinar, you’ll learn how to maximize benefits of strategic alliances (and avoid the pitfalls) with Jerry Jacobs, the ASAE General Counsel who literally “wrote the book” on nonprofit mergers and joint ventures. Drawing on experience with more than 60 nonprofit mergers, he shows you how associations can use alliances successfully.

Taming the complexity—and cost—of mergers.   You’ll learn how to assess when a merger makes sense for your nonprofit, avoid mistakes, and get the merger approved. You’ll also discover how to execute a merger without incurring towering costs from consulting attorneys, accountants and HR and association experts. Plus, you’ll have the chance to ask your own questions during the Q&A portion of the webinar.

Reserve your space now to maximize the strategic value of mergers for your nonprofit organization, including how to:

  • Decide when nonprofit mergers make sense—and when they don’t 
  • The main pitfalls in nonprofit mergers, and now to avoid them
  • The steps in a successful nonprofit merger
  • Get a merger approved by boards, members and state governments
  • Know whether consultants are needed and when to bring them in
  • Handle the main elements of a nonprofit merger agreement

With the trend toward consolidation continuing for nonprofits, don’t get left behind! Take this opportunity to learn how to use mergers and strategic alliances to protect member services, resources and your organization’s financial stability.  

Register now for What’s Special About Nonprofit Mergers? 

Meet Your Webinar Leader

Jerry Jacobs is a Partner and Head of the Nonprofit Organizations Practice at the Pillsbury law firm in Washington, DC, and he is General Counsel to the American Society of Association Executives. Jerry leads a team at Pillsbury that has advised in nearly 70 nonprofit organization mergers.  He has published numerous books on laws affecting nonprofit organizations, including the standard in the field, Association Law Handbook, now in its Fifth Edition, as well as Nonprofit Mergers & Joint Ventures, Certification and Accreditation Law Handbook, and, most recently, Legal Duties for Directors: An Association Board Member’s Guide to Avoiding Risk While Advancing the Mission.  All are available from ASAE.
 

Who Should Attend

This webinar is of value to all associations and nonprofits interested in learning about the legal aspects of mergers. Attendees who will benefit most include:

  • CEOs, Executive Directors, Presidents 
  • Board Members
  • Association General or Legal Counsel
  • CFOs
  • Office Managers

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