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Still Time to Save $$ on Upcoming NCBA CLUSA Conferences—CPC Early-Bird Registration Ends September 3!


Attendees of NCBA CLUSA’s 2015 National Purchasing Cooperatives Conference and second annual Co-op Professionals Conference can still save money on registration and hotel accommodations.

There are only a few days left to take advantage of early-bird pricing for the 2015 Co-op Professionals Conference in Minneapolis, Minnesota, from November 9 – 11. Designed for legal and accounting professionals who serve cooperative businesses, this conference will advance an emerging platform for professional development within the co-op movement.

Register on or before Thursday, September 3 to lock in the $350 early-bird rate for NCBA CLUSA members ($475 for non-members). The Early-Bird Full Registration Package includes conference materials and admission to all sessions, networking events and meals. Single-day and student registration packages are also available. Click here to explore options.

While early-bird registration is now closed for the 2015 National Purchasing Cooperatives Conference, there is still time to save money on hotel accommodations. Attendees have until September 14 to take advantage of NCBA CLUSA’s discounted room rate at the Ritz Carlton on the edge of New Orleans’ historic French Quarter. Click here to make your reservation.

NPCC is an excellent opportunity for professional networking within the purchasing and shared services co-op industry. At this year’s conference, attendees will learn how to shape and adopt corporate practices that spur both robust industry growth and member engagement. Topics include building member loyalty, creating revenue opportunities for members, improving the member-supplier relationship, board governance, strategic planning, succession planning and worker co-ops.

Conference attendees will also consider the creation, mission and potential structure of a Purchasing Co-op Association. Click here to view a complete schedule of events.

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