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Co-op Connections: The Co-op Economy Survey

Event

Start date / time
Wednesday 24 March 2021, 3:30pm
End date / time
Wednesday 24 March 2021, 4:30pm
Location
Online
Price
FREE for members of Co-operatives UK and £10 + VAT for non-members
More information
[email protected]
Organised by
Co-operatives UK
Event type
Event type
Networking
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Co-op Connections – The Co-op Economy Survey

Unfortunately, due to unforeseen circumstances we have had to cancel this event.

If you'd like to take part in the survey, find out more here.

If you'd like to join a webinar to discuss the results, being published in June, find out more here.

About the event

As 2021 begins, the full implications of Brexit and the pandemic are yet to be fully understood. It’s never been more important to understand the economic position of the UK’s co-ops.

Each year Co-operatives UK pulls together The Co-op Economy - a comprehensive report on the 'state of the nation’ for the UK co-op sector. This year we want to produce a more in depth understanding of how the Covid 19 pandemic has impacted the sector and so have launched an online survey. 

The findings will allow us to raise the profile of co-ops, share evidence of how they are vital to help 'build back better', as well as understand the challenges co-ops are facing so that we can lobby on behalf of the sector, develop support programmes and advice to address these needs. 

Format

  • This event will take place online for 1 hour.
  • Agenda TBC.

How much does it cost?

  • This event is FREE for members of Co-operatives UK.
  • £10 + VAT for non-members. Co-operatives UK members receive 30% off all paid events – plus LOTS more benefits. Learn about Co-operatives UK membership.

What attendees will gain

Join researchers to learn about the survey, how you can get involved and how we will use the findings.

Who should attend?

Anyone working in a co-op that's based in the UK.

About the facilitator

Wendy Carter, Head of Marketing and Communications at Co-operatives UK will be facilitating the session, alongside researchers who will be analysing the results and carrying out qualitative research to explore key themes. 

 

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