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Organizations & Websites:
The National Center for Employee Ownership (NCEO)
“a private, nonprofit membership and research organization that serves as the leading source of accurate, unbiased information on employee stock ownership plans (ESOPs), equity compensation plans such as stock options, and ownership culture.”
The Ohio Employee Ownership Center (OEOC)
“a non-profit, university-based program established in 1987 to provide outreach, information, and preliminary technical assistance to Ohio employees and business owners interested in exploring employee ownership.”
The Vermont Employee Ownership Center (VEOC)
“We provide information and resources to owners interested in selling their business to their employees, employee groups interested in purchasing a business, and entrepreneurs who wish to start up a company with broadly shared ownership.”
The Employee Ownership Foundation (EOF)
“A non-profit whose primary purpose is to support programs that will increase the level of awareness and appreciation of the benefits of employee ownership and increase the number of employees who have access to this benefit.”
The ESOP Association
“National trade association for companies with employee stock ownership plans (ESOPs). The association provides its members information through conferences, publications and local chapter meetings. It also directs an aggressive advocacy program.”
“Providing employee ownership, business development and job retention services since 1978.”
The Beyster Institute at the University of California, San Diego
The Institute’s mission is “to advance the use of entrepreneurship and employee ownership to build stronger, higher performing enterprises nationally and internationally.