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Gail Bower works with nonprofit organizations to put more money in their missions and with mid-size and larger companies to put more mission in their money.
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Bower & Co. Consulting LLC

P.O. Box 1839
Philadelphia, PA 19105

Communications, Focus Groups, Innovation/Creativity, Marketing, Non-Profit, Speaking, Strategy

Gail Bower is the founder and president of Bower & Co. Consulting LLC, a revenue strategy firm that works with mission- or purpose-driven organizations to uncover and develop reliable sources of revenue that also drive their social or environmental missions.

Nonprofit organizations become self-sufficient. Businesses strengthen employee engagement, build client loyalty, and make a difference while also experiencing topline growth.

Gail launched Bower & Co. in 2005, but she has been focused on revenue generation and enhancement, working with organizations of all sizes and scope, for over 25 years. She’s worked with companies like AT&T, Coca-Cola, Coors, Essence Magazine, Gibson Guitar, Sunoco, and Mercedes-Benz. She’s also worked with organizations like the Folger Shakespeare Library, the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation, the Newport Jazz Festival, the Social Enterprise Alliance, and the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council.

Her clients have doubled, tripled, and quadrupled revenue within a year. And that’s just the first year.

Trained as a futurist, Gail studies where society is headed, what trends are on the horizon, and how these trends impact her clients’ businesses.

Gail has been interviewed about her work by Marketplace, the New York Times, the Wall St. Journal, Time magazine, U.S. News & World Report, Fox Small Business Center, the Philadelphia Inquirer, plus other specialized media.

As a writer, Gail created the guidebook How to Jump-start Your Sponsorship Strategy in Tough Times. As a speaker, she presents frequently at regional and national conferences and events and has led executive leadership workshops at Temple University and Bryn Mawr College.

Prior to launching her consulting practice, Gail spent 20 years in marketing. She helped create the largest free events of President Bill Clinton's Inaugurations. She served as a producer for some of the country's most important music festivals like the Essence Music Festival, Newport Folk Festival, Newport Jazz Festival, and the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival.