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The Co-op Professionals Conference Early-Bird Registration Deadline is TOMORROW!


Scheduled for November 9 ‚Äď 11 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, NCBA CLUSA’s second annual Co-op Professionals Conference is your chance to network with legal and accounting professionals serving the co-op sector and earn up to 12 hours of Continuing Legal Education (CLE) and Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credit. With in-depth discussions on co-op organization, governance, financing and taxation, attendees will become experts on the unique legal and accounting issues co-ops face.

Register on or before Friday, October 16 to lock in the $350 early-bird rate for NCBA CLUSA 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 your options. Registration rates will increase after October 16.

Not an NCBA CLUSA member yet? Join today and benefit from the member discount on conference registration, including $125 off CPC registration. Email for details.

October 16 is also the deadline to reserve a room in NCBA CLUSA’s room block at the Renaissance Minneapolis Hotel, The Depot. The CPC discounted room rate of $179 per night (plus taxes and fees) applies to a single or double room. Space is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis. To make a reservation by phone, call (612) 375-1700 and ask for the National Cooperative Business Association ‚Äď Cooperative Professionals Room Block.

If you’re new to the cooperative sector, be sure to attend our Co-op 101 Primer on Monday, November 9, before the opening session. This primer is included in your registration and is designed for those new to cooperatives or looking for a refresher on the basic structure and unique issues facing cooperatives. This session will lay the foundation for more advanced sessions occurring later in the conference. Click here for a complete schedule of events.

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