“Metrics Matter – Successfully Collecting & Modeling a Nonprofit’s Economic Impact Data”

Wednesday, November 16, 2016 • 3:35 - 3:55 PM

Nonprofit organizations are increasingly tasked with the quantification of measurable metrics and outcomes. Funding sources and stakeholders including government officials, the media, the general public, and others want up-to-date proof of organizational economic impact. This session will explore why and how you should collect economic impact data. We will identify and review the tools and techniques you need to efficiently and effectively measure economic impact. Real-world examples and an overview of IMPLAN’s most intuitive software will explain the use of economic impact studies from the initial data collection efforts through comprehensive modeling of indirect and induced impact on the regional economy.

What you’ll learn:

  • Why you should collect and model economic impact data
  • Tips & Techniques for successful data collection
  • What economic impact models tell you about value added and ROI
Location : International Ballroom East


Speaker David Primm
Economic Account Executive

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