Online Conference Series
Employee Ownership, an underexplored facet of social sustainability, is gaining prominence. As the current generation of CEOs and owners approaches retirement, a new generation of workers with fresh perspectives on ownership and power structures is on the rise.
💡 What to expect?
Recognizing the relevancy of Employee Ownership, B Lab Switzerland, in collaboration with Swiss B Corps and experts, presents an online conference series dedicated to shedding light on Employee Ownership.
In this free conference series you will learn from B Corps as they share their first-hand experiences and insights on Employee Ownership, unraveling the potential of this innovative model. Whether you’re a curious employee or a visionary leader, this conference series will offer valuable insights on reshaping businesses through shared ownership.
By participating, you'll gain access to an Employee Ownership Guide filled with practical tips, case studies and templates to initiate and implement this innovative business model within your organization. Join us & fellow B Corps, as well as members of the B Lab Ecosystem, and be part of the conversation that's shaping the future of work.
📅 Online conference dates
The online conference series will take place on 12/10, 26/10 and 9/11/2023.
Session 1: The Future of SMEs Ownership: Employee Empowerment And Beyond
In this session you will learn what Employee Ownership is and what forms of Employee Ownership exist. You will also get insights from Loyco, a Swiss B Corp that has adopted the practice and will share their experience.
Session 2: Employee Ownership and Steward Ownership - A Discussion with Companies to Start and Lead the Journey
In the second session of this series, Purpose Schweiz will go more in depth in Steward Ownership, a type of Employee Ownership, highlighting its benefits and differences to standard Employee Ownership. The second half of this meeting will be taken by a round table discussion, with 23bis, Centre Assal and Loyco, who will share their experiences with Employee Ownership so far.
Session 3: Beyond Employee Ownership: Foundation-Owned