Our own Rob Brown, founder and director of the Business Ownership Solutions program at CDI, has been selected as one of 10 Fellows in the first cohort of Democracy at Work Institute Cooperative Developer Fellowships. We’re tremendously proud and honored!
Worcester Roots began its latest Co-op Academy this month—an advanced-level academy for co-ops that have already been through a basic co-op academy. Building on their knowledge from the previous academy, co-operators dig deeper into topics with the intention of making
In an effort to help people better understand what CDI does – and why our work is so crucial – we turned to the best asset we have. Our staff. The people who work at CDI are, if we may
Are you based in New York City and have an interest in providing support and consultation services to worker-owner cooperatives based on principles of social justice, equality, and democracy? One of the New York City’s best cooperative development agencies, the
For Immediate Release 6/17/2014 Contact: Rob Brown, Director, Cooperative Development Institute’s Business Ownership Solutions program, 207-233-2987, email@example.com Island Community in Maine Creates Worker-Owned Cooperative to Retain Local Businesses and Jobs Deer Isle and Stonington, ME, June 17, 2014–Employees of
Real Pickles celebrated their first year as a cooperative worker-owned business, along with their worker-owned cooperative neighbors Artisan Beverage Cooperative (also celebrating year one) and Pioneer Valley Photovoltaics (celebrating 12 years)! The three businesses joined together to throw a neighborhood
Our worker co-op friends in NYC are up to it again! Today, May 14th, was the first ever Worker Cooperative Advocacy day in NYC. Participants from inspiring organizations such as The Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies (FPWA), Green Worker Cooperatives,