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Do you need both a mentoring and a sponsorship program? How do you get sponsors to work with people from underrepresented groups? Can sponsorship be formalized?
How can branding, sponsorship and market-facing activities refresh resource groups? How can groups communicate effectively online and via social media? Why do social-media networks matter?
How do you get funding and support for resource groups? Which groups should you start with? What type of charter/structure works best?