A world of opportunities where Cooperatives, business associations, individuals, and associates of the cooperative movement come together for shared and price friendly tailor-made services.
JOIN THE COOP360 COOPERATIVE LEADERS TRAINING PROGRAMME 2019
A world of opportunities where Primary cooperatives, business associations, individuals, and associates of the cooperative movement come together for shared and price friendly tailor-made services.
This is a corporate platform of individual cooperators, cooperative organizations and associates of the industry who have been brought together for shared and price friendly services that are tailor made to propel growth in the cooperative movement. The 360 network is a flexible non body corporate whose members will benefit from a range of opportunities; which are aligned to TUI’s sustainable social business model.
Coop 360° is affiliated to Uhuru Institute for Social Development as one of the trading names through which services and products will be delivered to the cooperative movement. The services of the network will be accessed through membership, subscription and payment of subsidized fees for services and products offered.
How to join the Coop360 Network.
Apply to join
Apply to join Coop360 Network by filling in a physical application or online form.
Forms and Profile
Receive, fill and return a member’s profile entry assessment form accompanied by required member’s documents.
Payment & Induction
On meeting the selection criteria, you will get an invitation, then pay a one-off joining fee.
What our members say about us!
Mentors are a vital part of the Coop360 Network, they are selected for their expertise,
passion and alignment to the programme vision and mission.
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