Never doubt that a small group can change the world! Coompanion supports you – whether it’s about starting a business together, keeping the store in the village, a new energy solution for export, or when employees will take over the ownership of the business.
Together and with our help everything gets easier and more fun! With support from Coompanion you can develop your business idea, roles, company form, partnership agreement and budget – free of charge.
Contact us: https://coompanion.se/kontakt
• Advice and guidance on starting a business together: All about starting cooperatives
• Boosting your knowledge on the benefits of cooperatives and other NGOs
• Cooperative management
• Developing your business
• Find financing
• Process management
• Education/ lecture about cooperation, management, leadership and etc.
• Social entrepreneurship and social innovations
• How to strengthen tourism/freelancers/food production with business collaboration
• How to keep your service in the countryside.
You can talk to your nearest Coompanion about what you need!
Starting a business gives you the opportunity to realise an idea, solve a problem or create new jobs. We think starting a business is fun. Working together and doing something worthwhile. Coompanion offers information, advice and training in how to start a business free of charge.
Contact an adviser at a Coompanion near by. Coompanion’s corporate advisers are experts in cooperative entrepreneurship. We are based in 25 different locations nationwide. Our aim is sustainable development by businesses that are conscious, empowering, inclusive and fun. We do this by providing information, advice and training, based on individual requirements.
Cooperative companies can be run under a variety of different corporate structures. A cooperative economic association is often ideal, because the relevant legislation is designed to handle a democratic approach to ownership. All joint owners/members of the association have a vote and they decide jointly on how to allocate a surplus. A cooperative economic association (in common with a limited company) is a legal entity. It must comprise at least three people or companies and the members must decide jointly on the size of the start-up capital.