Early-Bird Registration Now Open for 2018 Co-op IMPACT Conference


Early-bird registration is now open for NCBA CLUSA’s 2018 Co-op IMPACT Conference, scheduled for October 3 – 5 at the Sheraton Pentagon City in Arlington, Virginia.

Under the theme, “The Cooperative Economy: Grow, Participate, Connect,” IMPACT 2018 will amplify the impact co-ops already have in the U.S. and around the world and explore new ways co-ops can spur even greater economic growth and participation.

Register now and lock in the early-bird rate of $625 for NCBA CLUSA members and $825 for non-members—a $200 savings! The Early-Bird Registration package includes access to all conference plenary and breakout sessions, receptions and networking events, and an opportunity to register for the 2018 Co-op 5K at no additional charge. Not an NCBA CLUSA member yet? Select the “Early-bird + Membership” option when you register and save.

Join us in October to help elevate and expand an environment in which people have a greater say in their futures and more equitable access to sustainable jobs and opportunities.

This year’s tracks include IMPACT, Purchasing, Co-op Professionals and Cooperative Leaders & Scholars (CLSI). Our Purchasing Track includes exclusive networking opportunities and content available to Purchasing Track attendees only.

Conference attendees registering for the Purchasing, Co-op Professionals or CLSI tracks have full access to all conference plenary sessions. These are opportunities to plug into the wider co-op ecosystem, making valuable connections with potential partners and customers and engage with co-op members, supporters, policymakers and other stakeholders.

Start planning now to join us in October for this premier networking and learning event, and be sure to stick around for the 2018 Co-op Festival on the National Mall October 6 – 7. Subscribe to Co-op Weekly to get the latest announcements on IMPACT 2018 and the Co-op Festival delivered straight to your inbox!

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