The Ohio Employee Ownership Center (OEOC) is a non-profit, university-based program established at Kent State University in 1987 to provide outreach, information, and preliminary technical assistance to Ohio employees and business owners interested in exploring employee ownership.
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In order to ensure the health and safety of the employee ownership community, the rescheduled 34th Annual Ohio Employee Ownership Conference will be run as a 100% online/virtual conference.
The OEOC wants to understand how your company is dealing with COVID-19. Take a quick survey so we can shape our programming to support your needs.
The Ohio Employee Ownership Center, a non-profit outreach center of Kent State University, supports the development of business across Ohio and around the world by its efforts that are proven to save jobs, create wealth, and grow the economy. The OEOC’s work rests on a simple philosophy: broader ownership of productive assets is a good thing for employees, communities, and our country.
Each year the OEOC host an annual conference that features a slew of topics relevant to employee-owners, management, and business owners interested in selling to their employees.
A tax deductible donation to the OEOC helps us to fulfill our mission to build the real ownership economy. Donate now!
The Ohio Employee-Owned Network is a member-directed group of companies who joined together to fulfill their training and education needs.