Co-operatives come in all shapes and sizes
Co-operatives can be very large like Co-operative Bulk Handling (CBH) with 4,200 grain grower members and an annual turnover of $2.7bn.
Co-operatives may be very small such as university student groups who bulk buy groceries so that members can obtain groceries at the lowest price.
Or they may be in-between such as co-operatives established by support workers or primary care givers to provide disability services to those in need.
Many organisations describe themselves as “mutuals”. An organisation is only a mutual if it complies with the principles of mutuality. MATTILA Advisory has specialist experience in establishing mutuals that comply with the principles of mutuality.
Contact MATTILA Advisory if you need any further information on how we can assist you to incorporate co-operatives or mutuals.