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How To Make One-Donation-For-Every-Purchase Profitable

Embrace, which makes baby incubators, was down to a week's worth of cash before finally cracking the "one-for-one" model. Embrace, which makes baby incubators, was down to a week's worth of cash before finally cracking the "one-for-one" model. Two years ago, Jane Chen, whose nonprofit had saved thousands of children's lives, almost went bankrupt. Read Full Story
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