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C-TAP (Co-op Technical Assistance Program)

What is the Cooperative Technical Assistance Program (C-TAP)?

In 2016 the City of Minneapolis created C-TAP (Co-op Technical Assistance Program), a program to support the development of new and existing co-ops.

By creating this new program, the City desires to leverage the co-op model for maximum community benefit to:

  1. Support economic development and job creation, reduce poverty, and promote social cohesion 
  2. Increase racial and ethnic diversity and community ownership among local businesses
  3. Promote innovation, community building, and local investment through a collaborative business model

Cooperative Feasibility Training 

State of Co-ops in Minneapolis

Last updated Sep 13, 2017



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