ComCap19, presented by the National Coalition for Community Capital (NC3), offers a unique educational and networking opportunity for all those working toward equitable, resilient, and engaged communities. Join community leaders, ecosystem builders, entrepreneurs, investors, citizens, and practitioners from across the country to share community capital models, mechanisms, and best practices to grow their local economies in ways that are participatory and promote shared prosperity.
Taking place from June 11-13, 2019 in Detroit, MI, ComCap19 will feature topics including investment crowdfunding, restorative economics, cross-sector partnerships for collaborative economic development, financing cooperative businesses, supporting green energy and local food economies, and democratic governance of capital. Speakers include Douglas Rushkoff, Rodney Foxworth, Amy Cortese, Michael Shuman, Y. Elaine Rasmussen, Oran Hesterman, and many more!
The fourth ComCap conference, ComCap19, will take place at the College for Creative Studies in Midtown Detroit. This interactive conference will include two full days of sessions, keynotes, panels, and working groups centered on contemporary community capital how-to’s.
New for 2019: ● The move to Detroit, MI where we’ll explore what how community capital has been an instrumental part of the Motor City’s positive economic development. ● A full add-on day of workshops for entrepreneurs and investors interested in implementing community capital tools.
“Michigan has long been the canary in the coal mine — as Detroit goes, so goes the rest of the country. The reverse is now proving to be true — as Michigan continues to innovate and reinvent itself, communities across the country are seeing how they, too, can recapture capital that was once sent out of their community and turn it toward good work in their own backyard.” – Angela Barbash, Founder of Revalue and Board Chair, NC3
BE INSPIRED BY COMMUNITY CAPITAL ADVOCATES FROM ACROSS THE COUNTRY
ENVISION A FUTURE FOR YOUR COMMUNITY BASED ON ECONOMIC EQUITY AND RESILIENCE
LEARN HOW TO PUT ECONOMIC CONTROL BACK IN THE HANDS OF COMMUNITIES