Regional Opportunity Outcome Fund

Vendor Governance Supplier Registration

In an effort to bring transparency and operational excellence to the Council Exchange Board of Trade's Fund Management research and acquisition process please submit your information into this form. 


This form is to register as a supplier, developer or other interested party.  This form is not to solicit investors however investors may register to provide the Council Exchange Board of Trade (CEBOT) information for future communications.

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REQUIREMENTS

- Ethical business practice


- Desire to benefit community and investors alike.


- Recognition that the Regional Opportunity Fund (Community Outcome Fund, Outcome Fund, Hamilton Development Company) has not filed a Form D with the SEC and this effort is part of a market research process prior to fund codification.

OUTCOME FUNDKEY PRIORITIES

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Mission driven to share Fund priorities and outcomes information. Coming together on value, the CEBOT's vendor governance algorithms discover excellence in process, performance and responsibility

Fund Management strategies strike a balance between commitment and competition. The Fund's market research process works to discover innovative solutions that mitigate reduce risk, and accelerate opportunity.

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The Regional Outcome Fund's industry based research approach recognizes the importance of allowing key vendors to help strategize solutions. The Fund's acquisition strategies creates an open and trusting environment for systems change, and infrastructure partnerships.

CEBOT Senior Fellow Leadership facilitates and leverages CEBOT membership algorithms and roles to ensure outcomes are known and new requirements understood. Governance and resource administration is coordinated through a pool of certified members.

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In order to develop an equitable relationship, the Fund seeks to understand and discover supplier and developer business process, goals and outcomes. Each project, investment or community access point, brings a competitive advantage to the sectors and regions served.

The Fund works to negotiate Win-Win agreements that operate in prudent good faith, without "strong arming" suppliers or other resources. The Fund seek the best solutions to protect the interests of investors, CEBOT members, and community partners and stakeholders.

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Vendor management is the discipline behind the process of working with vendors, controlling costs and increasing value while ensuring quality and mitigating risks. Vendor Relationship Management is the discipline of managing vendors to extract maximum possible value from a contractual arrangement through governance and relationship building. 

VENDOR RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT

The Council Exchange Board of Trade (CEBOT) is working with universities from across the U.S. and internationally to research best practices methodologies that converge community economic resilience with investor, business owner and community stakeholder's common economic and business interests.   


CEBOT is engaed in developing proactive management system to intermediate ongoing commercial relationships and ensures that any technical or contractual loopholes are closed and that commercial conversations are escalated to the appropriate level to ensure prompt resolution of issues.

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Mission

Strategy

Market

Building Trusted Networks through an intermediary with a  Common Economic Interest

Knowledge and governance is required to build the enterprise systems needed to compete at the highest level

65,000 U.S. minority technology companies, coupled with over 500 universities targeted worldwide. 

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Agreement

Due Diligence

The idea of "we are stronger together" is aligned with both faith and providence.  Building minority communities while creating new jobs and solving difficult entitlement based problems will soon be the a major part of our U.S. infrastructure recovery plan.

The Council Exchange Board of Trade (CEBOT) is organized as a 501c6 trade association charged to bring integrity and knowledge to the innovation ecosystem is both researches and serves.  CEBOT will design and regulate through automation transactional agreements in an effort to standardize process towards the greatest mutual impact

CEBOT Vendor Governance is an internal procurement management system that facilitates teaming relationships between the minority technology industry and our public/private sector trading/research/service delivery partners. 


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America's economy converges and grows when industry, government and community partners work together and agree to joint profitable and sustainable economic outcomes.

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OUTCOME FUND IS A QUALIFIED OPPORTUNITY FUND RESEARCH PROGRAM OFFICE OF THE COUNCIL EXCHANGE BOARD OF TRADE ("COUNCIL.EXCHANGE") , WHICH IS AUTHORIZED AND REGULATED BY IN ACCORDANCE WITH INDUSTRY CUSTOM, THIS SITE OCCASIONALLY USES TERMINOLOGY THAT MAY BE INTERPRETED TO SUGGEST THAT OUR RESEARCH IS ACTUALLY A SINGLE ENTITY. HOWEVER, THERE IS NO SUCH SINGLE ENTITY AND ALL OF THE "ENTITIES, PROGRAMS" THAT COMPRISE OUR DESIGN BASED INDUSTRY RESEARCH ARE IN DEVELOPMENT TO HAVE THEIR OWN SEPARATE LEGAL EXISTENCE.  IN ORDER TO FACILITATE THE COMPLEXITY OF THIS FUTURE QUALIFIED OPPORTUNITY FUND AND EFFECTIVELY ORGANIZE, FUTURE RESEARCH WILL MERGE WITH THE COUNCIL.EXCHANGE.

Articles featured on this page are for informational purposes only. This is not an offer to sell nor a solicitation to buy the Council's Opportunity Fund. That can only be done by a confidential Industry Private Placement Memorandum (“PPM”). Future securities offered by the Community Outcome Fund would require more compliance work internal to our organization and once that is completed be directed towards accredited Investors only. 


Limited Liquidity.  Future shares that would be sold in any future potential offering have not been approved or disapproved by the Securities and Exchange Commission or any state’s securities division. Nor has the Securities and Exchange Commission or any state securities department passed upon the accuracy or adequacy of a future PPM, or the disclosures provided therein. Any representation to the contrary is a criminal offense.

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