Co-ops drive SA economy in good times and bad

30 November 2020

Take a closer look at the South Australian businesses that are surviving and thriving and you’ll find they have something in common, writes Reece Kinnane.

“There is a breed of businesses that are owned and governed locally, and bound in a mutually beneficial relationship with everyday South Australians. They are co-operatives and mutuals and they are here for the long haul, in the good times and, importantly, for the hard times too.”

Read the article on In Daily

Photo courtesy of the State Library of South Australia

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