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Succession Planning for Co-op Members
Join us for a Webinar on June 26

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What will happen to your business when its leadership is ready to retire? During NCBA CLUSA’s June 26 webinar, presenter Gary Pittsford, CFP, president and CEO of Castle Wealth Advisors, will discuss key factors you need to consider in planning for the future of your coop, including:
• Issues affecting family members
• Transition options
• Retirement income security
• Tax impacts and options
• Business and estate plans

Get the answers to your burning questions about the succession planning process and begin to assemble an advisory team who can help you make smart decisions for your organization.
 
Title: Succession Planning for Co-op Members
Date: Thursday, June 26, 2014
Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EDT
 
After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Webinar.
 
System Requirements
PC-based attendees
Required: Windows® 8, 7, Vista, XP or 2003 Server
Mac®-based attendees
Required: Mac OS® X 10.6 or newer
Mobile attendees
Required: iPhone®, iPad®, Android™ phone or Android tablet

 

 

 

Future NCBA CLUSA Webinar Topics

Promoting Cooperation with Financial Cooperatives 
Learn how financial cooperatives are engaging in cross-sector collaboration by doing business with other cooperative sectors.

Cooperative education in colleges and universities
While the cooperative business model is distinct from other business models, our current options for pursuing relevant cooperative management education is limited. Join this webinar to learn about the existing programs, along with work being done to improve management education for the cooperative sector.

Cooperative Governance
Webinar will explore key issues in cooperative governance, and how cooperative governance is different than governance of other organizational models.

 

NCBA CLUSA’s webinars continue to be a popular source of information on issues impacting the cooperative community. Whether it is marketing and branding your co-op, understanding the legal and governmental framework of cooperatives or learning how co-ops are using technology to be innovative, NCBA CLUSA’s webinars provide useful and timely information to leverage opportunities for growing and improving your cooperative.

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Purchasing Sector

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Purchasing cooperatives have become an essential tool for many businesses and organizations. Purchasing cooperatives help members improve their competitiveness, and leverage their combined purchasing volumes into savings and efficiencies. NCBA provides support to purchasing cooperatives nationally through assistance with the national convention and other educational opportunities.
 
 
 
 

Associate Membership

An important component of NCBA CLUSA’s mission to serve cooperatives in the 5 areas listed above is providing targeted technical assistance where applicable. NCBA CLUSA’s Associate Member program is designed to provide key business and educational resources exclusively to NCBA CLUSA members that help bridge operational gaps and improve performance.

Associate Members are non-cooperative service providers that are interested in serving, working and doing business with cooperatives. While Organizational Members are structured as cooperative entities and Individual Members are solitary supporters of the movement, Associate Members provide strategic and operational support through their various areas of expertise. NCBA CLUSA connects its Associate Members to our member network via educational and non-intrusive inbound marketing and sponsorship activities, helping you build lasting relationships of mutual benefit.

Our list of past Associate Members has included lawyers and accountants for cooperatives, electronic voting services, rebate management and central billing consolidation providers, education management platforms, financial services and a host of other core business services that cooperatives need on a day-to-day basis. NCBA CLUSA actively seeks out organizations with past experience working with cooperatives and whose services are applicable across the diverse cooperative sectors we serve.

If your organization has a specific product or expertise that can help cooperatives thrive, please contact Bryan Munson, Business Development Manager, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 202-471-0900 for more information.

 

Current Associate Members

Worker Sector

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The United States Federation of Worker Cooperatives is a national grassroots membership organization of and for worker cooperatives, other democratic workplaces, and the organizations that support the growth and continued development of worker cooperatives. We were founded in 2004, the result of several years of organizing on the part of worker cooperatives and regional groups from around the country. Our members are workplaces of all sizes and a broad variety of industries, from across the country, and our member workplaces comprise more than 1300 individual workers.

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