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Major parties commit to improving the operating environment for NSW co-operatives

The BCCM welcomes these important policy commitments from the major parties to improve the operating environment for NSW-registered co-operatives. On the eve of the New South Wales election, both major parties have committed to ensuring parity for co-operative businesses registered in the State.

Major parties commit to improving the operating environment for NSW co-operatives

The BCCM welcomes these important policy commitments from the major parties to improve the operating environment for NSW-registered co-operatives. On the eve of the New South Wales election, both major parties have committed to ensuring parity for co-operative businesses registered in the State.

WHAT IS A CO-OP?

Co-operatives and mutuals are owned by their members and therefore accountable to them, not distant shareholders or investors.  Co-op or mutual member-owners can be customers, employees, residents or small businesses, such as farmers.

What is a Co-op?

Co-operatives and mutuals are owned by their members and therefore accountable to them, not distant shareholders or investors.  Co-op or mutual member-owners can be customers, employees, residents or small businesses, such as farmers.

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Franchising Inquiry report released

The findings and recommendations from an extensive Parliamentary inquiry into the franchising sector have been released. BCCM used a submission and appearance at a public hearing to highlight the clear differences between member-owned co-ops and investor-led franchise systems operating in similar markets.

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