A cooperative (also co-operative or coöperative; often referred to as a co-op or coop) is defined by the International Co-operative Alliance's Statement on the Co-operative Identity as an autonomous association of persons united voluntarily to meet their common economic, social, and cultural needs and aspirations through a jointly-owned and democratically-controlled enterprise. A cooperative may also be defined as a business owned and controlled equally by the people who use its services or who work at it. Cooperative enterprises are the focus of study in the field of cooperative Economics. Cooperatives have a sponsored top-level internet domain .coop, which identifies legally registered or recognized co-operatives.
Coop food stores started as farmers' markets. A cooperative of farmers got together and marketed their goods in a single store.
Cooperative advertising is especially appealing to small-store owners who, on their own, could not afford to advertise the product adequately.
cooperative society is a voluntary association of people for their common economic development. Types: consumer cooperative producers cooperative market cooperative credit cooperative framing cooperative
In this type of common-ownership organization, farmer members pool their crops and store them in their own cooperative-owned elevators. Farmer-cooperative commission agents then sell the wheat, in many cases, to farmer-cooperative terminal elevators.
Housing cooperative Building cooperative Retailers' cooperative Utility cooperative Worker cooperative Business and employment co-operative Social cooperative Consumers' cooperative Agricultural cooperative Cooperative banking (credit unions and cooperative savings banks) Federal or secondary cooperatives
NO, True Value is part of a network of independent hardware store owners, in what is known as a cooperative. Very different than a Franchise. Unlike typical franchises, independent hardware store owners choose what & which marketing and advertising programs to take part in. And they own stock in the cooperative, sharing in any profit that is generated by the cooperative, in the form of an annual rebate.
The comparative is more cooperative, and most cooperative is the superlative.
(Comparative) more cooperative (Superlative) most cooperative
An example might be when a soft-drink manufacturer and a local grocery store split the cost of advertising the manufacturer's soft drinks; both the manufacturer and the store benefit from increased store traffic and its associated sales.
What is the objective of cooperative society?
what are the importance of cooperative societies
Is Grameen Bank a cooperative? Why or Why not?
by doing work and being cooperative
Cooperative is the correct spelling.
Cooperative federalism is characterized by
Misamis Oriental Electric Cooperative
He is very cooperative and hardworking
The Bike Cooperative was created in 2003.
The Cooperative Bank was created in 1928.
what are the main part of some examples of cooperative? the real examples of it cause some have some differernt of examples of cooperative that why i want to know to the main cooperative examples of it
If that cooperative is a legal entity - that is to say, registered with the state to do business within that state - then yes, he/she can. He/she will have it in the name of the cooperative, and sign their own name "on behalf of" the cooperative.
the history of cooperative in Nigeria
The librarian was cooperative in helping us find the book.