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This traditional learning format brings you face-to-face with our expert presenters. Meetings include a networking luncheon and provide opportunities to ask questions and interact with both presenters and other attendees. Meetings offer CPE, SHRM, and in some cases IRS continuing education credits.
Also see our Webinars, which provide online presentations on a variety of topics and are available both live and as prerecorded replays.
As the nation's premiere gathering on employee ownership, the NCEO's annual conference provides an ideal opportunity to learn, network, and share your knowledge with others. The conference features interactive presentations and lectures from hundreds of top employee ownership experts and experienced leaders from successful employee-owned companies. Our 2018 conference will take place in Atlanta, Georgia, (April 18–20, with preconference sessions on April 17) and will build on the success of our 2017 conference in Denver, where close to 1,700 attendees joined us.
Both experienced attendees and newcomers will leave the Fall ESOP Forum better informed and better prepared to evaluate and implement the next steps for their companies. With 48 sessions in 12 timeslots, attendees can get a well-rounded introduction to all aspects of ESOPs, or they can dig deep on specific issues, from governance to sustainability to communications. Because the Forum combines three popular NCEO seminars into a single event, it blends the choice and flexibility of a conference with the give-and-take dialog of a working seminar. One-on-one sessions let you ask presenters specific questions about your company's situation, and our roundtable sessions are designed to let you speak with the individual presenters with the expertise you need. The 2017 Fall Forum in Tampa was a great success, and the 2018 Forum will take place in Albuquerque, NM, on October 2-3, with preconference sessions on October 1.