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Even though it is mid-January, we feel like this is the first week we’re really wrapping our heads around the new year. We hope your year is kicking off well and that you’re tackling some of the resolutions and goals you set for yourself in 2017. One we hope you’re as committed to as we are is the process of continued learning – and we would love to help you in that area! Check out a few resources and articles we found this week for you in the social enterprise world.

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Have a great week!

The Ministry Incubators team

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