Co-operatives are the business model that has stood the test of time, says the country’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance who is himself a member of five Kiwi co-ops. Bill English was speaking
By Craig Presland.It is a pleasure to present my CEO Report for Cooperative Business NZ after nearly four months in my role and after having travelled around NZ meeting with most of our Members. For those who hosted me thanks again for your warm and kind hospitality.
“The importance of co-operatives to the New Zealand economy” will be the topic of Deputy Prime Minister Hon. Bill English’s address at this year’s Cooperative Business NZ Annual Awards Dinner on August 10th in Wellington.
Cooperative Business NZ will present three new awards in a celebration of co-operative excellence at our 2016 Annual Awards Dinner on Wednesday, August 10th at the Basin Reserve, Wellington. The inaugural awards will acknowledge those
Warmest congratulations to Fiona Hancox and Lisa Murray who will join the Board of Cooperative Business NZ shortly. They were successfully nominated to fill the two Director roles which will become vacant immediately following our AGM on 10th August.
Christchurch, 7 August 2015Cooperative Business New Zealand celebrated another successful year for the co-operative business sector’s at the industry peak body’s 2015 AGM held in central Christchurch.
Before presenting the inaugural Enduring Service Awards to its longstanding member co-operatives and mutuals, Cooperative Business New Zealand Chair, Jonathan Lee, spoke of the sustainability of the co-operative business model. “We’re formally recognising a collective
Cooperative Business NZ’s 2014 AGM event was a great success with an impressive line-up: a collective 1,600 years in business for 31 organisations were recognised over the evening. With an impressive list of members it