Meaning of Red Barn
Raised in rural America on the border between exurban Chicago and Indiana farms, a singular prominent Red Barn sat at a critical juncture on the journey from Chicago to the comfort of my childhood home. I always knew we were headed in the right direction at that Red Barn. It was my True North.
Barns symbolize ingenuity and grit. The work done in barns throughout this country has feed generations of Americans, and now the world. The barn is the center of a massive operation the product of which is far more important than it, yet impossible were it not for the barn. It is where groups convene and solve problems, do things, make life better. It is the engine.
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You define the scope of work. We provide you with cost, timeline and milestones. You pay a not-to-exceed project fee.
Time & Materials
Red Barn Advisors is readily available capacity and expertise for you. Monthly statements detail time spent and invoiced at established hourly rates plus agreed upon expenses.
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You enjoy flexible capacity without the complications of hiring and administering employees. Terms of engagements respond to changes in your need.
Your use of our Development Operation Services provides professional, timely and consistent stewardship of your constituent’s support. Pricing is based on units processed and a la carte stewardship blocks involved.
We are here to work for you.
Your success is our lives’ work.
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