How are co-ops responding to the coronavirus?

01 April 2020

For many cooperatives and mutuals in Australia, the threat to business is looming.

But Melina Morrison, CEO of Business Council of Co-operatives and Mutuals, says the model has some real advantages compared to corporates: they’re more adaptable, faster to move and able to cut operating costs more easily because they’re not having to answer to distant shareholders.

Read the full article, How are co-ops responding to the coronavirus?Pro Bono Australia, 31 March 2020.

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