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More farmers seek collaborative agribusiness models in order to future proof their farms
The program will be facilitated by experts in the agricultural and co-operative sectors
“Being part of a cooperative means mission is more important than profit and we can prioritise our mission, to provide local paid employment and reduce waste, by pre-processing ewaste at our co-operative.”
BCCM will use the day to highlight the positive actions that Australian co-operative are taking to address environmental issues, from bushfire response to ethical investment
Towards a Co-operative State: Securing the Social and Economic Prosperity of South Australia through corporate diversity
The passing of the Co-operatives National Law Bill 2020 by the Queensland Parliament today has brought to fruition a nationally-harmonised scheme of legislation regulating co-operatives Australia-wide.
In this video, Linda Bostock (CEO, StateCover) discusses their implementation of MVM and the benefits of the program
Mr Gillespie is a former director of BCCM and former Group CEO of RACQ
Small grants to assist co-operatives and mutuals and members of these organisations to help their communities to recover from the impact of the bushfires and coronavirus.
Co-operatives and mutuals are working to overcome the challenges presented by coronavirus
Australian fishermen brokering deal to fly lobsters to China, get coronavirus medical supplies in return
WA’s four main lobster processing companies, led by the Geraldton Fishermen’s Co-operative (GFC), have been negotiating with five airlines this week to secure a deal to export a weekly shipment of 30 tonnes of live lobster.
Administrators PwC revealed the chain had been sold to Australian online book retailer Booktopia