The driver owned rideshare company @TheDriversCoop@twitter.com
is now the largest worker cooperative in the US, as confirmed by @MoManklang@twitter.com of @USFWC@twitter.com
Working alongside @CommownFR@twitter.com, @Fairphone@twitter.com, @email@example.com, @TeleCoopFR@twitter.com & @Wetell@twitter.com, @firstname.lastname@example.org is excited to announce the launch of @fairtecEU@twitter.com.
We are working together to create a more responsible way of operating in the digital world.
Join us: http://www.fairtec.io #fairtec
Check out this interview I did of @email@example.com for @firstname.lastname@example.org! https://twitter.com/forefront__/status/1418582418831773696
We launched a Platform Cooperativism Observatory in Brazil. Soon in English - with videos, news, and research https://cooperativismodeplataforma.com.br
Pre-register for the 2021 PCC conference in Berlin!
Nov 12-18. In-person and virtual. 🔥 @email@example.com https://platform.coop/events/conference2021/
Convened by @firstname.lastname@example.org @email@example.com @WZB_Berlin@twitter.com
with @enMONDRAGON@twitter.com @TheNewSchool@twitter.com @firstname.lastname@example.org @PlatformCoopDE@twitter.com @CICOPA@twitter.com @CECOP_coops@twitter.com @CoopsEurope@twitter.com @HumboldtUni@twitter.com
So excited to see this story about the @TheDriversCoop@twitter.com!
This isn't an isolated case. See the networks working to build a cooperative new economy: @NewEconomics@twitter.com @email@example.com @Zebras_Unite@twitter.com @firstname.lastname@example.org https://twitter.com/NewEconomics/status/1398385943640526849
For too long, New Yorkers have been paying @email@example.com sky-high prices for low quality service! No wonder 2.2 million New Yorkers don’t have high-speed broadband at home. They can’t afford it. Who is watching out for NYers? @firstname.lastname@example.org @PeoplesChoiceC2@twitter.com @email@example.com @NYCMayor@twitter.com
Amazing news from Drivers' Coop in the @firstname.lastname@example.org: https://www.nytimes.com/2021/05/28/technology/cooperative-uber-lyft.html
"A scrappy band of Uber drivers, a union organizer, and an Uber operations manager have joined forces to launch an experiment in cooperative economics in New York City" #OwnOurWorkplaces
In the Drivers' Seat - https://bit.ly/3wpWHpD @TheDriversCoop@twitter.com @DollarsAndSense@twitter.com
Once again, Colorado is leading the way to the new economy. Wanna come along?
Our own @SenatorHick@twitter.com is introducing the Capital for Cooperatives Act, which will finally enable cooperatives to access SBA loans: https://www.cpr.org/2021/05/20/hickenlooper-knows-how-hard-it-is-to-get-a-loan-for-a-new-business-his-first-bills-as-a-senator-aim-to-make-it-easier-for-others/
Nice mention of the @PCC_Global@twitter.com at @TheNewSchool@twitter.com by this candidate for NYC mayor
In this @PublicSeminar@twitter.com essay, Casper Gelderblom and I are thinking about an alternative to Amazon. It's not what you may think.
#MakeAmazonPay @TheNewSchool@twitter.com @MilanoSchool@twitter.com
lol is basecamp a co-op because it just got owned by its workers https://twitter.com/caseynewton/status/1388212468510380034
New course: "Lean Co-op"!
It's ≈3 hours and many resources to guide entrepreneurs through the mess of building their business and ownership model, At The Same Time!
After a 2019 webinar on lean startup for co-ops, with support from @CoopFoundation@twitter.com, it's finally here 🌈📗⬇️ https://twitter.com/start_coop/status/1387818304623063044
@email@example.com @firstname.lastname@example.org Starting 2-3 years ago I started seeing a variant of the #platformcoop, the #networkcoop. Some of the same challenges but raising new questions re economic mechanism and leadership. I smell a panel on coop design trends...
"On paper it’s the perfect solution, but it’s a bit more complicated for the workers who actually power the platform to see how they benefit, which is what matters"
I just published The Slow Demise of Loconomics, a short interview about a six year journey
Love the quote and still wondering where that leaves the billions of people in today’s India, Brazil, Poland, Hungary, etc. Can people succeed in building protections without support from the national government? What would examples of ‘success’ look like? Respond here. https://twitter.com/berggrueninst/status/1384232331272146944