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Dhananjay Vaidyanathan Rohini
Alstonia Impact

Dhananjay is Managing Partner at Alstonia Impact. Prior to Alstonia, he held leadership positions across investment banking, business and nonprofit foundations. Dhananjay previously worked at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Surgo Foundation, Siemens and Bryan, and Garnier & Co. He has an MBA from INSEAD, and earned bachelors and masters degrees in engineering from the Delhi Technological University and the Technical University of Munich, respectively.

Articles by Dhananjay Vaidyanathan Rohini

  • Dhananjay Vaidyanathan Rohini

    5 Ways Nonprofits Can Learn (and Copy) from For-Profits to Scale Up

    Tough problems in tough places – that’s business as usual for many global nonprofits. As they navigate the challenges of high regulatory risk and ever-changing donor interest, nonprofits typically grow by acquiring more projects – based on how well they delivered previous projects. But businesses mostly fund their growth by reinvesting profits, or by raising external equity or debt. While these two systems are very different, there’s much nonprofits can learn from for-profit businesses as they reach for scale, writes Dhananjay Vaidyanathan Rohini at Alstonia Impact.

    Categories
    Entrepreneurship
    Tags
    business development, nonprofits, scale