Have you collaborated with other co-ops on projects? If so, how?
I'd especially love to hear examples that involve:
1. Cross-core competency (i.e. a design co-op working with a marketing or engineering co-op)
2. Differences between collaborating on a "revenue positive" project (i.e. billing a client) vs a speculative project (i.e. building a new product)
1. Set 3 months as our target runway.
2. Made income levels from "barely surviving" to "I can't imagine earning more."
3. Wrote what we would each need/want at each level.
4. Normalized everyone on the maximum per-level answer and multiplied by members.
6. Monthly we distribute at the level that gives us 3 months of runway with a 30% budgeted overhead.
How do you do it?
Jeremy Corbyn suggests 'gig economy' should be replaced by cooperatives
"Corbyn suggested "gig economy" firms like ride-hailing service Uber or food delivery firm Deliveroo could be replaced by co-operatives, in which drivers collectively set pay and conditions and share or reinvest the profits from their work.
He vowed that a Labour Government would promote cooperative groups with the aim of doubling the size of the sector."
Labours subreddits most upvoted post today
I'm trying to figure out how to #mastodon,
Basically I have X accounts, where I join certain instances because their local seems ✨ ✨ ✨.
I intend to follow people on my main account, and use the sub-accounts to browse locals and post.
The instances are:
With some amount of cross-posting between them (for instance most have a tech overlap)
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