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NPcatalyst unveils tool to increase business performance

By ThisIsReno

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NPcatalyst has designed a tool which measures a company’s community connection to detect gaps and avenues of growth. Through its newly released Community Connection Map, clients receive a “map” of their community involvement. The goal is to empower community engagement, generate increased revenue, and foster economic growth.

“Understanding connections is instrumental in identifying target audiences and prospective leads” says Pete Parker, Managing Partner of NPcatalyst. “This tool pinpoints where people volunteer in the community, their professional affiliations, where they network, and other metrics used to analyze the reach of their connections.”

The map targets businesses and organizations for growth opportunities. “A tool of this nature does not exist anywhere,” says Parker. Businesses will now be able to:

  • Track employee volunteerism
  • Create new sales leads
  • Identify potential target markets to pursue
  • Provide direction to charitable giving decisions
  • Recognize employees for community service
  • Promote through annual reports, local press, and internal communications

The mapping tool is simple to execute and requires minimal setup. In fact, the NPcatalyst team of experts will design maps which best fits each client’s goals and objectives. Additional information about the community connection map can be found at www.NPcatalyst.com and by calling NPcatalyst at 775-333-9444.

NPcatalyst, LLC is a Reno-based company, which provides philanthropic solutions to non-profit organizations and their supporters. Our charter is to set the standard of philanthropic excellence through effective and value-driven best practices. This is fostered by facilitating an ecosystem between non-profit organizations and their corporate and individual supporters, fueled by active community support and engagement.

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