NCEOC Celebrates Two Years

During the month of May, we are celebrating two years of existence and reflecting on our past work. Below is a report outlining our accomplishments and looking to the future. Scroll down to learn about our accomplishments over the past two years. Excited about the movement? Consider donating to NCEOC. All donations receive a 50%…

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What is it like to be an employee-owned company?

Check out this story from Salem Fabricating Technologies Group on the importance of employee ownership in solidifying their legacy and improving company culture. Interested in learning more about employee ownership? Check out our Employee Ownership 101 page.

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Celebrating Black History Month

North Carolina has a rich history of Black-owned businesses. In celebration of Black History Month, NCEOC selected a few stories that tell the history of prominent Black business districts in four of the North Carolina’s major cities. NCEOC’s mission is to spread the word about employee ownership as an economic development tool to help retain…

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North Carolina Employee Ownership Center Hires First Executive Director

Guenevere Abernathy to Serve as First Executive Director of NCEOC Durham, NC – December 14, 2020 – The North Carolina Employee Ownership Center is delighted to announce that we have hired our first executive director, NC native Guenevere Abernathy, who will lead NCEOC in achieving our mission of protecting jobs, bolstering communities, and strengthening businesses…

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October Employee Ownership and Resilience Event

Employee Ownership and Resilience NCEOC hosted an event in October in celebration of employee ownership month. The goal was to raise awareness about NCEOC and spotlight employee-owned companies that showed resilience in the face of COVID.  We are building a movement around employee ownership as an opportunity to create quality jobs, protect businesses, and provide benefits…

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