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“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
The co-operative business model has been identified as the model that farmers can use to respond to crisis
The Business Council of Co-operatives and Mutuals today recognised the three-year anniversary of the Commonwealth Government’s announcement that they would accept all eleven recommendations of the Hammond inquiry into Reforms for Cooperatives, Mutuals and Member-owned Firms.
BCCM has released the Co-operative Farming: Blueprint for future proofing Aussie farmers, a clear way forward to protect and grow Australian owned food businesses.
“Today’s budget presents an opportunity for Australia to work together and rebuild the Australian economy.”
The Business Council of Co-operatives and Mutuals welcomed the Federal Government’s announcement of their Modern Manufacturing strategy
“From agriculture and manufacturing to banking and health services, the more businesses that are Australian owned with returns going into Australian’s pockets, the stronger our economy will be.”
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