Kind Village

Strategic planning

Strategy execution

Business coaching

Client: Kind Village
Industry: Software as a service (SaaS), Social enterprise

Learn how Incrementa assisted Kind Village—a software provider which helps amplify causes and donation requests—by way of providing a strategic plan and one-on-one business coaching.

The story

Kind Village has a heartwarming vision—to provide a platform to make in-kind donations, such as goods and services, easy. It uses matching technologies to connect the right people to the right cause. Volunteers, interested in giving back, are matched based on skills. Donors, interested in financing not-for-profits, are matched based on needs.

Mike Knapp of Incrementa served first as an advisory board member of the software as a service, then later provided strategic planning and business coaching to the CEO.  He remains an active member guiding member of the organization.

Mike Knapp

STRATEGIC PLANNING & EXECUTION

Mike has been helping businesses achieve their goals for more than 20 years. He believes there is a better way for business owners and leaders to build their businesses and achieve their big goals. As a Gravitas Impact Premium coach, he leverages the 7 Attributes of Agile Growth™ to simplify the art of strategy and discipline of execution.

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