Find out how co-ops operate and how they continue to pave the way for a brighter, more connected future.
Since the first modern co-op was established in the U.S. in 1844, millions of employees, consumers, and service providers have started their own cooperative businesses to take ownership of their economic well-being. Find out how co-ops operate and how they continue to pave the way for a brighter, more connected future.LEARN MORE
A Co-op is a member-owned and member-controlled business that operates for the benefit of its members.
Everyone who owns a co-op has a need for the products and services offered. The motivation is utilitarian, not for financial gain.
Members democratically decide the direction and operations of the business with one vote each.
A co-op aims to deliver the greatest benefit to
ALL OF ITS MEMBERS.