The in person event is past capacity. To attend via webinar, please register for Supporting the Cooperative Ownership Transition at: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8854249855936334849
Please join Project Equity, the East Bay Community Law Center, and the Sustainable Economies Law Center for a webinar on how to replicate a regional approach to economic development through the lens of cooperative ownership. We developed a Blueprint for the Bay Area to increase the number and size of worker-owned businesses to address our growing income and wealth gaps. We called this model "A Blueprint for Creating Pathways to Ownership for Low and Moderate Income Workers," or the "BLUEPRINT" for short.
We will be covering issues such as:
- Why a BLUEPRINT for worker ownership?
- Elements of the BLUEPRINT
- Lessons Learned
- What resources are available?
- And what are some practical next steps
Please join us for an enthralling look at why the cooperative business model is a practical solution to inequality, community economic development, and raising the standard of living for millions of working poor in America. Learn about the three pathways for growth that can be tapped by nonprofits, business owners and economic development practitioners, and about the exciting role of Laney Community College:
- Small businesses
- Growth-oriented companies
- Conversion of existing businesses
To attend via webinar, please register for Supporting the Cooperative Ownership Transition at:
To attend in person, please RSVP on this page (below)
We have space for about 15 people.
SELC Office (2nd Floor)
Oakland, CA 94612
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