Kimberley Chamber part of new East Kootenay Columbia Community Investment Co-op launch

The EKCCI is launching a new community impact investment fund with The East Kootenay Columbia Community Investment Co-op

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Become a founding member of the East Kootenay Columbia Community Investment Co-op today and make an impact in the place you live. — Photo courtesy EKCCI

There’s now an opportunity to invest directly into the local business community.

Over 30 community and economic development stakeholders, including the Kimberley & District Chamber of Commerce and the City of Kimberley, took part in business planning activities for the East Kootenay Columbia Community Investment Co-op.

The new EKCCI is seeking founding members and investors who wish to make an impact in their community. Public launch sessions are being held throughout the region.

The EKCCI is launching a new community impact investment fund with The East Kootenay Columbia Community Investment Co-op from November 9 - December 14.They are seeking founding members who want to make an impact in the East Kootenay Columbia region. Their Business Planning Committee, lawyer and co-op developer have completed the final review and have scheduled our public launch sessions.

Membership applications are now live at their website. Become a founding member of the East Kootenay Columbia Community Investment Co-op today and make an impact in the place you live. Find out more and complete your application at www.EastKootenayColumbia.com/invest

Diversify a portion of your investments into the community that you live! Check out www.EastKootenayColumbia.com for more information.

Learn more and RSVP to a public session in Kimberley and in other communities by visiting their website.

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