Project Equity keeps Berkeley businesses rooted in the local economy

Recorded at the Berkeley Business Success Forum on June 13, 2019. 

In the first video (above), Jordan Klein, the City of Berkeley’s Economic Development Manager, describes the tremendous potential that employee ownership can offer cities and why Berkeley embraces it.

In the second video (above), Jordan describes how Project Equity has helped advance the city’s goal to keep businesses rooted in the local economy.

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“The City of Berkeley believes in employee ownership as a great strategy for employees, businesses and the Berkeley community.

Jordan Klein
The City of Berkeley’s Economic Development Manager

Project Equity is an Ashoka Changemaker Fellow

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