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Weekly Update, 9/20-10/3

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Here's a quick update on what our Chicago Market teams have been doing these past two weeks:

 

The Board met and voted on new leadership structure, creating a Board sub-committee dedicated to keeping us on track with our timeline; voted also on Board officer positions for the year (welcome our new Treasurer, Bill Petty!); and we got a briefing on our business pro forma from Funding Director, Greg Berlowitz. 

We hosted a successful Harvest Co-op Pop-Up in Roscoe Village and work continues on next month's Thanksgiving pop-up on Nov. 19. 

The MORE team met to develop a marketing plan to drive Owner growth and Owner engagement.

Board President Grant Attended Edible Institute, a think-tank style daylong discussion presented by the Edible Communications folks that discussed the future of food. Watch for a review of this from our newsletter writer, Annette Mambuca Owner #148, soon.

The Board elected new officers. 

Board Vice President Emily created Web event pages for several upcoming events and is planning to meet with the Board's new treasurer to review our sales records and improve our accounting processes. 

Board member Anthony updated the funding director's job description and began drafting Owner Loan Campaign materials.

Board member Mark met with the GM committee. 

Funding Director Greg presented Chicago Market's funding plan, financials, budget, and mission to commercial real estate brokerage team with Dan Miller and Bill Petty.

Events team leader Linn is contacting vendors and scheduling volunteers for November's pop-up.

Board member Karen continues work on transitioning Chicago Market's computer organization system to Basecamp 3. 

Site team member Mark attended a Natural Food Expo in Baltimore and came back with ideas for the GLRP team and the GM hiring team. 

Here are links to past weekly updates:

9/12-9/19

8/23-8/29

8/10-8/16

8/2-8/9

7/27-8/2

7/20-7/27

7/5-7/12

6/28-7/4

6/14-6/20

6/6-6/13

5/3-5/9

4/25-5/2

4/12-4/18

4/4-4/11

3/28-4/3

3/14-3/20

3/7-3/13

3/1-3/7

2/22-2/29

2/15-2/21

2/9-2/15

2/1-2/8

1/25-1/31

1/18-1/24

1/11-1/17


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