NEXT WEEK: Lessons on partnership building from Denver’s cooperative network


Co-ops often want to partner with their local government offices and private enterprise, but reaching out to make those initial connections can be intimidating.

That’s why NCBA CLUSA, representatives from the Colorado State Government, Denver City Government, Kaiser Permanente, and the Center for Community Wealth Building are hosting a town hall discussion this month on how co-ops can successfully form working and productive partnerships with local and state government.

Join us on Tuesday, November 15 from 1-2 pm EST (11am-12pm MT) for a democratic discourse on the City of Denver’s interwoven co-op support network.

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During this discussion, we’ll hear how the Center for Community Wealth Building has established and nurtured working partnerships with government offices and private enterprise to activate their mission to transform the current economic development system to a more inclusive and equitable model that prioritizes democratically-owned businesses; emphasizes local procurement; and ensures social, environmental and institutional sustainability.

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