If you're a member of Co‑operatives UK, download a 'certified member of Co-operatives UK' logo to display on your website and other collateral.
Co-operatives UK is committed to the highest standards of openness and accountability. Our Whistleblowing, Safeguarding and Complaints policies explain the process we follow and…
Retail co-ops across the UK are working together to support food banks and campaign against food injustice.
Social media is a great way to promote your co-op and connect with members and customers. But it's a good idea to ensure all members of your co-op are aware what they can and…
So you need to write a marketing strategy but where do you start?
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Our guidance for societies facing financial strife clearly outlines the steps societies should take when experiencing financial difficulty.
Co-operatives UK's board is made up of representatives from our members.
Co-operative finance expert Andy Woodcock joined us for a FREE webinar cashflow and business re‑forecasting webinar on 20 April 2020. Download the resources here and watch again.
Co-operative finance expert Andy Woodcock joined us for a FREE webinar cashflow and business re‑forecasting webinar on 20 April 2020. Watch it again and download the accompanying…
What is branding? A lot of people think it’s your logo but that is only part of it.
If your co-op has the Co-operatives UK Contact Package, you'll need to read our Fair Usage Policy
A comprehensive toolkit of finance resources for co‑ops.
Download and complete this financial projections template, which acts as the second 'half' of your business plan.
Download the reports and templates from the Members' Money project which reviewed how withdrawable share capital (WSC) is being used as a form of funding by Retail Societies and…
This framework helps co‑operatives report more effectively - providing members with the information that matters to them.
A simple, one‑page diagram, quickly and easily explaining what to include in your narrative reporting to highlight your co‑op difference.