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Aussie macadamia growers working together in a co-operative have announced they are expanding their joint operations in Queensland, creating 40 new jobs.
The Master Butchers Co-operative (MBL) will this month launch the MBL Apprentice Incentive Scheme to help their members bring new apprentices into the industry. MBL will cover set-up costs of up to $930, after subsidies, of any member's new apprentice training in...
The Business Council of Co-operatives and Mutuals (BCCM) congratulated the 2020 inductees to the BCCM Honour Roll at today’s Leaders’ Summit – The Sustainability Edition, held in Sydney. BCCM CEO, Melina Morrison said that the awards recognise leadership and...
Today, the Business Council of Co-operatives and Mutuals (BCCM) will host their 2021 Leaders’ Summit in Sydney and across multiple virtual locations throughout Australia. BCCM CEO, Melina Morrison said that she hopes that the Summit will provoke not only deep thought...
The Business Council of Co-operatives and Mutuals congratulates Community First Credit Union on successfully winning their legal fight to allow community owned banks to use the term ‘community bank’.
Today BCCM members will join co-operatives around the world to celebrate International Women’s Day and #ChoosetToChallenge gender bias and inequality. The theme of International Women’s Day 2021 is #ChooseToChallenge A challenged world is an alert world - we can all...
The BCCM welcomes the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety’s final report and its emphasis on placing those being cared for at the centre of the aged care model.
By empowering members, be they consumers, employees, communities or a hybrid of these, providers can be held accountable for outcomes
“The investor response to the Australian Unity Offer has shown that there is a healthy appetite for investments that make an impact in our communities.”
The Business Council of Co-operatives and Mutuals today released the National Mutual Economy Report, providing insight into the size of the impact that Co-operative and Mutual Enterprises (CMEs) have on the Australian economy.
This research provides insight into how co-operative and mutual enterprises (CMEs) in Australia have responded to the turbulence caused by COVID-19
Australian Unity Limited announced an offer of Australian Unity Mutual Capital Instruments to raise $100 million