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electronic payments, technology, and big data, public mistrust, digital marketing campaigns, mobile fundraising, and tax policies. The nonprofit organizations seek to redistribute revenue while the for-profit realms focus on sales and profit maximization (Anderson and Dees 74). The organizations interact with the aim of serving the community needs by making income, which they reinvest, back to the organization and the society to continue with their operations and work towards their goals. These organizations face struggles to obtain good people for their funding, meet the challenges of reacting to the continuous changes in demand in the workplace, difficulties in managing time, and ensuring customer satisfaction.
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Surname 4 Works Cited Anderson, Beth Battle, and Gregory, Dees. "Sector-Bending: Blurring the Lines Between Nonprofit and For-Profit." In search of the nonprofit sector . Routledge, 2017. 65-86. Ben-Ner, Avner, and Ting Ren. "Comparing Workplace Organization Design Based on Form of Ownership: Nonprofit, For-Profit, And Local Government." Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 44.2 (2015): 340-359.
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  • Spring '16
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