CO-OPERATIVES WA

 

STATEMENT OF CORPORATE INTENT

 

Vision  -

To be viewed as a centre of excellence and an authority on co-operatives

Purpose  -

OBJECTIVES & STRATEGIES

MEMBERSHIP

To encourage, promote and develop membership by -

STATE CO-OPERATIVE LEADERSHIP

Provide strong and informed leadership through -

KNOWLEDGE

To develop, maintain and share a definitive co-operative knowledge base by -

      

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

Ensure the Federation’s activities are sustainable by  -

GOVERNMENT RELATIONSHIP

Positively influence all levels of state and local government on co-operative matters by -

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

Advance the standing of Australia’s emerging 4th economic sector by -

NATIONAL RECOGNITION

Ensure government and community recognition of the role of co-operatives in the 4th sector is enhanced through -


 

Note: [1] Co-operative are typically formed by people with a common need and a shared vision to carrying out activities that directly benefit members as well as delivering a strong economic multiplier effect on local, state and federal market based economies. Co-operatives are therefore likely to sit outside the tradition 3 sectors of a marketed based economy and be more aligned with enterprises moving towards a recognisable 4th sector.

April 2014