Worker Co-ops have been around for decades, but are lesser known as an alternative business structure.
Most people want to know if worker co-ops are "real" businesses or lofty dreams.
Worker cooperatives are one type of cooperative model out of several types. These are real businesses with real risk, revenue, and workers that are affected by decisions. They are businesses owned & controlled by the employees themselves.
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Our info session will cover vital areas for entrepreneurs to consider:
What kind of business you are aiming to start? In what industry?
How many partners do you have to start up?
How to collaborate and manage conflict among co-owners?
Is your idea viable? Does it have a product-market fit?
How much do you pay yourself?
This is an interactive session. Followed by a Q & A.
To attend, please use link ABOVE to register via Zoom.