Innovate. Grow. Lead.
June 11-13, 2015 - Boise, Idaho
The Consumer Cooperative Management Association (CCMA) conference is coming to the beautiful city of Boise, Idaho! This year, the Boise Co-op will join NCBA CLUSA in hosting this important conference, which will be held at the Riverside Hotel. This spacious venue provides the ideal setting for collaboration and networking. Indoor and outdoor venues will be used for breakout sessions utilizing the best commodity Boise has to offer… fresh air and lots of sunshine!
CCMA 2015 provides an unprecedented opportunity for managers and board members of food co-ops (big and small) and their support communities to Innovate, Grow and Lead collaboratively. Come to CCMA 2015 and be part of a game-changing national conversation that will reshape the future of the food co-op sector!
For nearly 100 years, NCBA CLUSA has encouraged communities to live cooperatively, harnessing the uncommon power of common purpose. NCBA CLUSA applies cooperative principles in development, advocacy, and education.
NCBA CLUSA is the nation’s oldest and largest national membership association representing cooperatives of all types and in all industries. We are democratically organized and operate according to internationally recognized cooperative principles. NCBA CLUSA’s mission is to develop, advance and protect cooperative businesses and to demonstrate the power of the cooperative business model to achieve economic and social impacts. As the apex organization representing the interests of the US cooperative community, NCBA CLUSA provides a strong, unified voice on Capitol Hill. The Association’s portfolio includes programs and services that meet the shared advocacy, education and communications needs of a cross-sector, US cooperative community. In addition to its work domestically, NCBA CLUSA’s international program has been engaged in cooperative and sustainable business development in over 100 countries for close to 60 years.
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