International Research in Asia or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Thinking Outside-the-Box

Track: Prospect Research

Session Number: 2065
Date: Fri, Aug 2nd, 2019
Time: 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Room: Grand Sonoran F

Description:

This session on international research will focus on Asia, with a particular emphasis on how researchers can utilize their partnership with frontline fundraisers to enhance their research products. In addition to discussing available research tools and resources, this session will offer successful, outside-the-box approaches to international research, and explore why working with frontline fundraisers is especially important when researching international prospects.
Session Type: Breakout Session (90min)

Primary Competency: PR:Competency 2: Prospect Research Essentials
Secondary Competency: RM:Competency 7: Portfolio Management
Tertiary Competency: RM:Competency 6: Prospect Strategy
Intended Audience Level: Level I
Recommended Prerequisites: Given that the focus of this session will be on international prospect research, I think that those brand new to prospect research might find the material a bit overwhelming. Especially since the second part of the presentation focuses on partnering with frontline fundraisers and prospect strategy and portfolio management to some degree.
Learning Objective #1: Attendees will learn a basic cultural, economic, and philanthropic overview of several of the major countries in Asia, particularly China, India, and Japan.

Attendees will learn of the tools available to assist in researching Asian prospects.
Learning Objective #2: Attendees will be given an adaptable framework and model for how a partnership with a frontline fundraiser can be incorporated into their research process.

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Session Type: Breakout Session (90min)

Primary Competency: PR:Competency 2: Prospect Research Essentials
Secondary Competency: RM:Competency 7: Portfolio Management
Tertiary Competency: RM:Competency 6: Prospect Strategy
Intended Audience Level: Level I
Recommended Prerequisites: Given that the focus of this session will be on international prospect research, I think that those brand new to prospect research might find the material a bit overwhelming. Especially since the second part of the presentation focuses on partnering with frontline fundraisers and prospect strategy and portfolio management to some degree.
Learning Objective #1: Attendees will learn a basic cultural, economic, and philanthropic overview of several of the major countries in Asia, particularly China, India, and Japan.

Attendees will learn of the tools available to assist in researching Asian prospects.
Learning Objective #2: Attendees will be given an adaptable framework and model for how a partnership with a frontline fundraiser can be incorporated into their research process.

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