Tag Archives: Lincolnshire Co-operative

The Financial Times’ Retail Banking Correspondent focusses on Ursula Lidbetter

On Friday, Sharlene Goff, the Financial Times’ Retail Banking Correspondent, wrote about Ursula Lidbetter, who has the “the unenviable task of taking forward a set of radical governance reforms proposed by Lord Myners in the face of bitter opposition from … Continue reading

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A vote of confidence for co-operatives

Lincolnshire Co-operative uses local suppliers rather than generating profits for global investors and suppliers Earlier, on Localise West Midlands’ website, research by K2A followed the money spent by customers of the successful Lincolnshire Co-operative. Its finding: money increased in value, … Continue reading

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Co-operative news: travel, co-operative pubs, cycle training, libraries, housing and piers

Many cheering news items from a recent issue of the Co-operative News (September 9th) are being sent to the usual mailing list and others of goodwill who are probably not co-operators. Travel business returns Anglia Co-operative Travel & Midcounties Society … Continue reading

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Lincolnshire Co-operative’s local multiplier is evaluated

In summer 2012, Lincolnshire Co-operative, an outstandingly well-run society, used the Local Multiplier 3 (LM3) to measure the local economic impact of its operations on Lincolnshire. The process was sponsored by Co-operatives UK and economic analysts K2A evaluated Lincolnshire’s project. … Continue reading

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