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How Independent Businesses Can Survive & Thrive: Building Equity in the Local Economy Movement

Join us for this incredible opportunity to hear from some of the nation’s leaders in building Resilient Local Economies — and work with your local and national peers to put your insights into action!
How Independent Businesses Can Survive and Thrive: Building Equity in the Local Economy Movement combines familiar and new speakers in a fast-paced, hands-on format that mixes thought-provoking insights with opportunities to collaborate with your colleagues nationwide.
The conference will take place from 12:00 pm – 2:30 pm Eastern Time (9:00 am – 11:30 am Pacific) on October 8 and 9.
AMIBA members can participate in this exciting event for only $15 per person. Portland Buy Local is a member – so our members and partners can join at this discounted price.
Learn more about the event, the speakers and the sessions and register at AMIBA.net/conference. Space is limited, so don’t delay! And be sure to invite your community so that you can build your Local Economy Movement together!

Thank you to our Sustaining Members!

Bayside Bowl / Benchmark Real Estate / Bull Feeney’s / Caravan Beads / Casco Bay EyeCare / Casco Bay Frames & Gallery / Clark Insurance / ClickToast – Digital Advertising / Coffee By Design / CornerStone Building & Restoration / CrossFit Beacon / Emily Broadbent / The Fish & Bone / Float Harder Relaxation Center

 

Green Clean Maine / Hannah Wolken / Joan Leitzer / Knack Factory / Liquid Riot / Longfellow Books / Maine Business Immigration Coalition / Maine Outdoor Film Festival / Malone Commercial Brokers / Marsh Agency / Nine Stones Spa / Nomads / OTTO / Philip Spalding / Portland Discovery Land & Sea Tours

 

Portland Food Co-op  / Portland Downtown / Renys Department Store / Stacy Mitchell / Taproot Magazine / The SunriseGuide / The West End News / University Credit Union / Wellness Connection of Maine / XPress Copy / YMCA of Southern Maine / Young’s Furniture