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Happy Employee Ownership Month!
RMEOC presents “Marketing your Employee Owned Business” as a part of our Webinar series. We have the founder of Certified Employee Owned as our guest speaker to bring more business to your Employee Owned company.
When: October 16th, at 11 am- 12 pm
2016 Vermont Employee Ownership Conference to be held June 2nd at Champlain College Date:Thursday, June 2nd, 2016 Time: 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM (Registration starts at 7:30 AM) Location: Champlain College, CCM Building, 375 Maple St, Burlington, VT 05401 Who should attend: Business owners, managers, and employees of companies interested in learning more about employee ownership; Those…
The S Corporation ESOP Seminar September 21–22, 2016 :: Denver, CO About This Meeting If your company is, or is thinking of becoming an S ESOP corporation, this two-day seminar will help you identify the best practices in taking full advantage of the unique opportunities provided by this highly tax-favored way to organize a company.…
400+ inspired participants. Dozens – even hundreds – of worker cooperatives in all stages, from concept, to conversion, to growth. The U.S.’s leading lenders, funders, educators, and businesses supporting the cooperative economy. International guests bringing their wisdom and perspectives. And you. Join us for the National Worker Cooperative Conference, July 29th – July 31st in Austin,…
ABOUT THE SEMINAR: On April 11, Workers to Owners is hosting a seminar to move the needle forward on an exciting trend in sustainable economic development: converting existing businesses to worker ownership. This one-day event will convene leaders from around the country to troubleshoot current challenges to bringing conversions to scale, train new service providers…
July 10-12, 2015
Centered around this year’s theme of “Connecting for Impact,” the conference’s sessions will explore the concept that, “only through strong and meaningful connections can worker cooperatives reach their full potential….”