Purchasing Track: Research Agenda

Join members of the Council of Cooperative Economists and NCBA CLUSA Business Development for this collaborative brainstorming and discovery session!

The focus of this discussion is to identify key data and analysis that Purchasing Cooperatives and their members can use to measure their impact in communities around the U.S. This type of work can help advance future policy agendas that support Purchasing Cooperatives and independent business owners and provide a useful recruiting tool for your co-op and NCBA CLUSA.

Participants in this session will examine current M&E standards in the sector, outline best practices in data collection, review technology that does or may potentially assist in data collection, draft a general project timeline with go/no-go milestones and explore the required resource commitment by NCBA CLUSA, its members and potential outside funding sources.

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