By Mallory Merrill

Businesses and nonprofit organizations seem obviously different. They inhabit disparate worlds and arise from disparate goals. But, foundationally, the function of a business is not totally dissimilar from that of a nonprofit. Ultimately, business is about making money. It’s a continuous cycle of creating profit and chasing growth — a constant transaction of give and gain.

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