The program is designed for cooperative business development practitioners, community economic development organizations and individuals/groups interested in starting worker-owned businesses.
What does CEDO stand for?
CEDO stands for Community Economic Development Organization (Canada)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of CEDO
We have 9 other meanings of CEDO in our Acronym Attic
- Centre for Entrepreneurship Development Madhya Pradesh
- Control Element Drive Mechanism Control System
- Corporate Electronic Document Management System
- Community Eco-Design Network (nonprofit technology research and implementation organization)
- Council for Entrepreneurial Development (North Carolina; also seen as CED)
- Central European Design Office (Czech Republic)
- Centre for Educational Development Overseas (United Kingdom)
- Commission for Economic Development in Orem (Orem, UT)
- Community and Economic Development Office (Burlington, VT)
- Community Economic Development Opportunity (Canada)
- Centro de Documentação e Informação (Brasil)
- Comando Militar de Educación y Doctrina (Guatemalan Army division)
- Canadian Exploration and Development Overhead Expenses (Canadian tax act)
- Centre for Entrepreneurship Development of Karnataka (India)
- Camara Empresaria de Operadores Logisticos (Spanish: House of Logistics Service Providers; Argentina)
- Centro Dominicano de Promoción de Exportaciones (Dominican Republic)
- Chief Economic Development Officers' Society (UK)
- California Economic Development Partnership
- Campaign to End the Death Penalty
- Career Entry and Development Profile (professional teachers; UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The MLRA has a $300,000 annual budget that comes from both private sector companies and community economic development organizations.
This situation is compounded by informational overload on the Web, along with the diversity of ways that area development and community economic development organizations, as well as real estate owners, present themselves and what they have to offer.