The trends highlight an industry recognition of the increasing complexity of running a museum and making the arts available to the public, bringing in more funding, and the team you need to make it all happen. This is shown in the data through the growth in compensation for employees in operations, marketing and curatorial positions.
Speaking with TheStreet.com, Stax CEO Rafi Musher and Edco CEO Avi Daman (a Stax DevCorp company) discuss Edco and trends in impact investing.
This recent article in The New Yorker highlights real needs for a lot of the working population and a social venture solution developed by Stax’s DevCorp.
While gasoline prices remain low, there is still tremendous opportunity for a cleaner environment and more domestic value creation in EVs. And there is tremendous profit opportunities for utility CEOs to generate more profits in a growth constrained environment.
Nonprofit organizations are engaged in a zero-sum game, with more parties competing for a limited philanthropic pie cut into increasingly smaller slices. It’s time to change the game.
According to our research at Stax Inc. 2/3 of the Fortune 200 are on non-profit boards and they average 2 non-profit boards. It isn’t just the billionaires signing a pledge, it’s senior leadership, all the way to millennials. We know that the faster we learn of opportunities to have impact, the faster we can put those to work. Here’s an area that has worked for me and others I know, seeking to have an outsized impact.
Based on our deep understanding of and passion for education, Stax decided to take action to begin creating a knowledge base to inform school leaders and spur action, so more e-reader programs will be implemented.