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Terry, the thing is that you mistake a publication for a not-for-profit enterprise. I don't enhance my branding by having my one "product" stolen.
to design, engineer, equip, construct and operate a 600-square-foot facility that will serve as a prototype of a commercial automobile fueling station, which will operate as a not-for-profit enterprise.
The market will be operated as a not-for-profit enterprise.
The showpiece PS75m development, which will provide affordable as well as open market homes for the city, has been brought forward by the Tirion Group, a not-for-profit enterprise set up to provide affordable homes on reclaimed industrial land across the country.
Lovingly crafted in Core Music's Hexham workshop by a skilled and dedicated team, the uCorelele adds a new dimension to the activities of the not-for-profit enterprise.
His not-for-profit enterprise includes education, weddings, business conferences and community facilities.
Under the ECHO-backed Step Clever initiative in North Liverpool, South Sefton Business in the Community (BITC) is holding a series of workshops this March to help individuals and community groups turn a good idea into a not-for-profit enterprise.
has developed a successful (in terms of impact and reach) social or not-for-profit enterprise in this sector.
Its work has earned the not-for-profit enterprise a finalist's place in the Evening Telegraph's Coventry & Nuneaton Regeneration Zone and the Coventry & Warwickshire Co-operative Development Agency-sponsored Social Enterprise of the Year Award.
With the project given a green light, the 17 farmers - who all live within four miles of the incinerator - set themselves up as a not-for-profit enterprise called Menter Ameathwyr Llanfihangel a'r Cylch (Malac).
However, the same would very rarely hold true for the key financial person in a not-for-profit enterprise; they have no vested interest in the firm.