Cooperative principle number 6: Cooperatives Cooperate with Cooperatives is exemplified by the network of cooperative businesses that provide support to new and converting cooperatives across Arizona and the country. Please reach out to us so we can help you directly or point you in the direction that fits best. Starting a cooperative business is a bit different than starting your own business, but it can be much more fulfilling and beneficial. But before you try it on your own, let us help you.
The Food Conspiracy – a food consumer cooperative in Tucson, owned by its customers.
The Coldwater Cooperative – a market garden and coffee house in old town Avondale.
The Sun Produce Cooperative – a producer cooperative of small sustainable farmers in the Phoenix area.
Technicians for Sustainability – a worker cooperative solar business in Tucson
United Dairymen of Arizona – a producer cooperative dairy, owned by dairy farmers across the state
National Cooperative Bank – NCB’s mission is to support and be an advocate for America’s cooperatives and their members, especially in low-income communities, by providing innovative financial and related services.
Project Equity – Project Equity is a national leader in the movement to harness employee ownership to maintain thriving local business communities, honor selling owners’ legacies, and address income and wealth inequality.
National Cooperative Business Association CLUSA – The primary voice in the United States for people who use cooperatives to build a better world.