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Thursday, May 18 • 11:00am - 11:50am
Startup.coop: How to build a real sharing economy through shared ownership

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Around the world, the "platform co-op" movement is bringing cooperative business models—sharing ownership and governance among workers or users—to the online economy. It's a way to build sustainable, transformative companies that are ultimately accountable not to short-term profits but to the people who depend on them most. Hear from leaders in this fast-growing ecosystem about how you can take part.

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Corey Kohn

COO, dojo4
I care about designing businesses to be the building blocks of a saner, healthier and more compassionate world.
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Jason Wiener

Principal | Attorney, Jason Wiener|p.c., a public benefit corporation
Jason is the Principal at Jason Wiener, P.C., a boutique law and business consulting practice providing expertise to social enterprises and mission-driven business models of all sizes and in all phases. Jason’s specialty is in sharing economy law, social and regenerative enterprise, public benefit corporations, employee-ownership and cooperatives. Jason has been the in house General Counsel with Namaste Solar (an employee-owned cooperative and certified B-Corp), following a previous life at a large litigation firm in New York City, and before that, with a small labor law firm in Boston. Jason advises Boards of Directors, executive strategy teams, HR professionals, business development teams... Read More →


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