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Growing numbers of Albertans are investing in their local economy to support business development, succession planning, and staking a claim in the economic future of their communities. Join us on November 30th to learn more!

On November 30th, across the province by way of video-conference,the Alberta Community and Co-operatives Association is hosting it’s 6th annual Rise and Shine Event: Accessing Local Capital.

They will discuss:

  • Raising capital in your community
  • Forming community investment committees
  • Applying their successes in your community

To register for this event there are two options:

  1.  To attend a session in Calgary (location to be determined) contact  Cindy at ACCA: Ph: 780- 963-3766; Fax: 780-968-6733; Email: cdixon@acca.coop. You must register by November 24, 2011.
  2. Get a group together at a video-conference site in or near your community. To reserve your group’s participation in the event and/or to locate a nearby video-conference site and/or to determine if your site is compatible with our network, contact Richard Stringham at ACCA: Ph: 780-823-0230; Email: rstringham@acca.coopReserve your group’s connection by November 16, 2011

 What: Alberta Community and Co-opertaive Association 6th annual Rise and Shine Video-Conference: “Accessing Local Capital

Where: All over the province

 When. November 30th at 8:30AM

 Costs: $26.25 per person.

 

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