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Employee Ownership: Is an ESOP Right for Your Company?

Small business ownership is a calling. That's why we created Aileron, a non-profit organization that provides coaching for business owners, guiding you to succeed. Small business is the engine that drives economic growth. As a business owner, president or CEO, your entrepreneurial spirit, desire to do something better, and ability to provide jobs makes you a special breed.
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