Share the London love this Valentines by making valuable new co-op connections!
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About this Event
This ‘Principle Six’ online meetup is a place to tell people about your enterprise, project or idea. The aim, quite simply, is to create as many new partnerships and opportunities as possible, in a short space of time – so it’s a high-energy format.
The event is hosted by Cooperatives London, relaunching as a co-op mutual aid network for our region, and sponsored by Crew Energy.
So, ready to get your co-op on?
The event is free to attend as part of our relaunch, but places are limited, so make sure you’re on the list by registering today. The event will be held on Zoom, and you will receive a joining link by email before the day.
Who is it for?
Members and workers in all types of cooperatives and community benefit societies – and the ‘co-op curious’, especially people involved in enterprises and campaigns that want to explore democratic control and ownership.
The Cooperatives London Crew
What is Co-ops London?
Have a read at https://ldn.coop and decide for yourself – better yet, come to this event and virtually meet some of us!
How can I contact the organisers?
- Email email@example.com
- Facebook: Co-operatives London
- Twitter: @CoopsLDN
Can I share this event with others who might be interested?
Please do! You can easily invite your Facebook friends using the Facebook event here.
Our event sponsor
Crew Energy is a South West London based energy cooperative with several successful energy projects under it’s belt. It’s first ever community share offer is now live until February 14th. With your help, they will be raising £50,000 to cover the cost of installing heat pumps at Devas Youth Club in Battersea, bringing benefits to the club, the environment, local people and air quality.. It’s an opportunity to do your bit for the planet and get a targeted 3% return on your investment!* Download the Community Shares Unit Accredited share offer document and business plan at: www.crewenergy.london
Capital is at risk, returns are not guaranteed – as with all community share offers.
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