Co-op Weekly – 2019 Co-op IMPACT Conference

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Early-bird registration is now open for 2019

Co-op IMPACT Conference

Early-bird registration is now open for NCBA CLUSA’s 2019 Co-op IMPACT Conference, scheduled for October 2-4 at the Sheraton Pentagon City in Arlington, Virginia.


Under the theme, “Power in Purpose: Building the Next Economy,” IMPACT 2019 will amplify how cooperatives—as principled, purpose-driven businesses—are building a stable, sustainable economy. Register now!

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Developing sustainable supply chains takes trust, professionalization and putting communities first

Bringing together government partners, international development organizations and the private sector, nearly 100 attendees discussed how cooperatives can be a foundation for developing sustainable supply chains as part of the launch of NCBA CLUSA’s new USAID-funded Cooperative Development Program at the National Press Club last week.

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Ed Mayo, secretary general of Co-operatives UK, speaks at last year’s event. [photo: Co-operatives UK]

UK grocery co-op leaders will navigate sectoral and political uncertainty at key conference this weekendLeaders, managers and directors of consumer-owned retail cooperatives in the United Kingdom will meet in Cheshire, England this weekend to navigate the retail industry’s fast-changing landscape, a tough economic climate and uncertain Brexit.

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