We encourage submissions that share your ideas and expertise in the wide realm of community capital. This may include, but is not limited to:
> From Impact Investing to Local Investing> Investment Crowdfunding (State & Federal Frameworks)> Community Investment Tools> Economic Development> Access to Entrepreneurship> Case Studies, Success Stories & Learning Experiences
What is ComCap? This unique gathering is set to be held June 11-13, 2019 in Detroit, MI. "ComCap19" offers a unique educational and networking opportunity where leaders and community members from across the country can come together to share community capital models, mechanisms, and best practices to help communities nationwide grow their local economies in ways that are equitable and sustainable. From microfinance and crowdfunding to community loan funds and impact investing, ComCap teaches leaders how to support home-grown enterprises while increasing community wealth and wellbeing.
We welcome proposals for panel discussions, case study presentations, interactive workshops, working groups, and more! Sessions will be organized into tracks for Community Capital Novices, Intermediate Practitioners, and Advanced Practitioners.
With that, please submit your idea using this form, which also has an option to upload presentations and other materials.
Thank you all for growing the community capital movement!
ComCap19 is hosted by the National Coalition for Community Capital (NC3), with support from Hatch Innovation, Jaffe Law, Build Institute, City of Adrian - MI, Do:Better, Revalue, Nonprofit Enterprise at Work (NEW), The Hire Effect, Gingras Global, and dozens more.
> All suggestions must be under the umbrella of "community capital".
> There is a field for entering your proposal in 500 words or less below.
> We welcome proposals for panel discussions, case study presentations, workshops, and more.
> Submissions are due by November 1, 2018. We will begin to notify applicants with our interest on a rolling basis. You can also upload proposals using the form below.
> The National Coalition for Community Capital (NC3) is a nonprofit organization and speaking at this conference does not include room, board or a travel stipend at this time.