Co-operatives United is an inspiring global festival of events and exhibitions set in Manchester, UK, to mark the close of the United Nations International Year of Co-operatives.
In the context of the UK Coalition Government’s policies to promote public service mutuals, Time to get serious: international lessons for developing public service mutuals examines the experience in Spain, Italy and Sweden. It identifies some key factors for success, learning lessons and questions that are relevant for the development of new co-operative models in the UK.
Midshires Clothing, is a worker Co-operative, providing quality garment manufacturing, embellishment and alteration services in the UK, primarily to the co-operative, education, work wear and healthcare sectors.
To complement our guide to starting a co-operative in the creative industries, we've produced a series of at-a-glance factsheets covering various aspects of setting up.
This report by rail expert Christian Wolmar investigates how the co-operative model could help the railway industry.
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Our latest member offer is for those that have not yet registered a .coop domain name for their co-operative - if that's you, you can get your first year for free!
How people at large view co-operatives is a key factor in the business environment, whether for attracting staff, customers or members. Good business? Public perceptions of co-operation outlines the key findings from market research into public perceptions of co-operatives.
With over 700 staff as society members, GLL (Greenwich Leisure Limited) is one of London’s most successful mutual enterprises, operating more than 90 public leisure centres in the South East.
This report aims to demonstrate the benefits co-operative businesses deliver across the supply chain, from producer, to the retailer and consumer right through to the wider communities.