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The report is produced by the BCCM in collaboration with the University of Western Australia.
Australian Unity Limited issued $120 million worth of mutual capital instruments (MCIs), at a face value of $100 per security.
“It’s what small towns have got to do these days.
This conclusion came from a landmark survey conducted by Manyana Matters Environmental Association (MMEA) with funding from the Australian Mutuals Foundation and Business Council of Cooperatives and Mutuals.
There is a breed of businesses that are owned and governed locally, and bound in a mutually beneficial relationship
AUSTRALIA’S peak farming body does not see issue with our iconic food brands becoming foreign-owned, while our Agriculture Minister would prefer they all remained in Australian hands.
Social enterprises hold great potential to make our world better
The co-op model can help deliver the innovation and growth that Australia needs by allowing SMEs to more safely scale and invest in research and development
The list of speakers includes Ms. Melina Morrison, Australia
Could co-operatives be used more widely to help local and regional economies?
Business schools don’t teach it, but co-operatives can be a boon for regional communities.
Melina Morrison explains how this collective model allows for its members to function like a bigger body while retaining their own independent business structure