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Sky's the Limit

Owners retire well and employees gain equity

JUST RELEASED!

New studies show millions of businesses at risk, points to employee ownership as a solution

Dan & Mary Lou are retiring

Their 38 employees are buying the business and preserving their legacy

Your Business, Your Legacy

When business legacy is maintained through employee ownership, local businesses thrive

Employee Ownership

Project Equity grows community wealth through employee buy-outs of successful local businesses

Project Equity

helps businesses and communities discover the power of employee ownership

As an owner, by selling your company to your employees, you:

Capture market value

with tax advantages

Enjoy flexibility

and craft an exit strategy on your own timeline

Anchor businesses

in communities and retain good jobs

Let Project Equity guide you

Learn more

about employee ownership transitions

Discover

how others did it

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Learn from other Business Leaders

Namaste Solar

We value the unique gifts and perspectives that each individual contributes to our company; no one of us is as smart as all of us.

– Blake Jones, Co-founder
Namaste converted to a worker cooperative in 2011

A Slice of New York

In an area where the service industry is getting squeezed out by hi-tech, it has been incredibly rewarding to give our employees the opportunity to own their own business.

– Kirk Vartan, Co-owner, A Slice of New York

Niles Pie

We’ve grown really fast, it is a hard thing to do alone, rather than bring on people from outside, it made sense to bring on the people already involved.

– Carolyn Berke, Founder, Niles Pie

The Cheese Board

Our association has scaled to six thriving bakeries. Cooperatives are one path towards healthy local economies.

– Martha, Worker-Owner

T. S. Designs

By reshoring apparel, we are reviving a heritage industry in North Carolina. By transitioning to worker ownership with Project Equity’s assistance we leave our legacy to the employees who helped build it.

– Eric Henry, CEO

Namaste Solar

We value the unique gifts and perspectives that each individual contributes to our company; no one of us is as smart as all of us.

– Blake Jones, Co-founder
Namaste converted to a worker cooperative in 2011

A Slice of New York

In an area where the service industry is getting squeezed out by hi-tech, it has been incredibly rewarding to give our employees the opportunity to own their own business.

– Kirk Vartan, Co-owner, A Slice of New York

Niles Pie

We’ve grown really fast, it is a hard thing to do alone, rather than bring on people from outside, it made sense to bring on the people already involved.

– Carolyn Berke, Founder, Niles Pie

T. S. Designs

By reshoring apparel, we are reviving a heritage industry in North Carolina. By transitioning to worker ownership with Project Equity’s assistance we leave our legacy to the employees who helped build it.

– Eric Henry, CEO

The Cheese Board

Our association has scaled to six thriving bakeries. Cooperatives are one path towards healthy local economies.

– Martha, Worker-Owner

Project Equity

helps communities expand employee ownership in their regions

Unlock

the power of the Ecosystem

Identify

the elements of the Ecosystem

Bring

the Ecosystem to your region

Explore the opportunity

to transition baby boomer-owned businesses to employee ownership

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