HeartWorks: A Revolutionary Medical Startup Needs Help Fundraising

Ever think about building a sales team for your fundraising endeavors?

Our hot seat this week:

Tim Nelson is a physician scientist and the founder of Heartworks, a clinical stage nonprofit that is developing technology to cure congenital heart disease. He has received FDA permission to launch the world’s first autologous heart tissue transplant but his time is limited, key members of the team are irreplaceable and he’s trying to find a way to tap into the philanthropic opportunities in corporate America.

In this episode, we help Tim:

  1. Get back a dozen hours per week by strategy stacking.
  2. Implement strategies to derisk his business in the event someone leaves.
  3. Tap into new fundraising opportunities via philanthropic donors.

Want to get in the hot seat? Submit your business right now at theoptimizepodcast.com.

If we think you’re a good fit, we’ll get you on the show.

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