WEYOWorld Esperanto Youth Organization (Tutmonda Esperantista Junulara Organizo)
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Without taking the chance we have with Weyo, I'm convinced that a lot of these stories would remain untold.
Stephen Katz and I, cofounders of Weyo, a nonprofit that utilizes the power of narrative storytelling to help nonprofits and NGOs, were hired to document the remarkable journey so the story could be shared with supporters of the mission and potential funders.
Christopher Tyree is the president and CFO of Weyo Inc.
To launch Weyo, founders Chris Tyree and Stephen Katz drew up a formal business plan with the help of family members who have backgrounds in finance.
According to Tyree, they expected Weyo to lose money for the first three years.
Weyo has invested in some gear, including a Sony PMW EX3 video camera.
Weyo will have five full-time staff by the end of this year, and double that by the end of 2010, Tyree predicts.
Both relied initially on their extensive lists of professional contacts to help publicize Weyo by word-of-mouth.
Tyree and Katz also made direct pitches to four organizations they wanted to work for, including Resolve.org, Physicians for Peace and Edmarc (all ended up hiring Weyo for various projects).
Tyree says getting Weyo off the ground has required "lots of caffeine, and lots of late nights." But so far, so good.
In the case of non-profits, some have marketing budgets and are prepared to pay, while others don't, says Weyo co-founder Chris Tyree.
Weyo just finished one job that paid $10,000 for a 7-minute video and a Web site with "20-some" linked pages.