The National Cooperative Business Association CLUSA International will host its annual Co-op IMPACT Conference Oct. 3 through 5, an event that provides a pivotal platform to explore how co-ops are creating opportunities for broader and more sustainable economic growth and participation. Registration is open for the conference, which will take place in Arlington, Va.
“The conference is a unique opportunity to plug into the wider cooperative ecosystem,” said John Torres, Vice President of Communications and Public Relations for NCBA CLUSA. “Attendees will engage with co-op experts and thought leaders across all sectors, educational institutions, foundations, law and accounting firms, co-op economists and government agencies—each committed to advancing the shared interests of the cooperative economy.”
Sessions at the conference include:
There is also a pre-conference executive education course, scheduled for Oct. 2 at NCBA CLUSA headquarters, hosted by St. Mary’s University. It is a condensed version of the university’s course titled “Demystifying Cooperative Finance.”