NCCEDNational Congress for Community Economic Development
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NCCED okwa vatela Nyeka Ye Pumba moku mu monena ovalandi voimbale yavo, mokutunga po ongeshefa, mokulonga oilongomwa nomokudeula oilyo yavo.
NCCED is an active participant in the working group that provides guidance and support to NLC's "City Halls and Community Organizations" project.
"Today's CDC professionals need expertise in commercial and retail development, as well as enterprise development and affordable housing," said NCCED president Roy Priest.
John Nelson, director of NCCED's Corporate Partnership Program, explains where franchising fits into community development.
The workshop was moderated by Abdul Rasheed, NCCED's newly elected chair and executive director of North Carolina's Community Development Initiative.
NCCED is the national association of nonprofit community-based organizations.
NCCED is a 31 year-old trade association that represents the 3,600 community development corporations (CDCs) in the United States.
NCCED recently launched its online Corporate Registry to help facilitate these types of connections.
The National Congress for Community Economic Development (NCCED) recently concluded its annual Policy Conference in Washington, DC (April 14-16).
The International Franchise Association (IFA) has an ongoing friend in accessing new markets in the inner city and rural areas: The National Congress for Community Economic Development (NCCED), a Washington, D.C.-based trade association that for the past 30 years has represented community development corporations (CDCs).
IFA member companies can take advantage of the National Congress for Community Economic Development's (NCCED) annual meeting, slated Oct.