New quest for Welsh Co-operative and Mutuals Commission
THE Welsh Co-operative and Mutuals Commission — set up to help create more jobs and wealth — has issued a call for ideas from interested organisations and individuals throughout Wales.
In Wales, co-operatives generate more than £1billion in income a year and employ an estimated 7,000 people.
The commission has now put out a call for evidence, and its chairman Professor Andrew Davies has urged all interested parties to get involved.
He said: "The commission wants to hear views from people in Wales and wider afield — from producers, consumers, householders, those in and out of work, local communities, those running businesses in Wales, those with experience of the co-operative and mutuals sector as well as individuals, communities or groups who would like to start their own enterprise.
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"We want people to respond to this call for evidence and engage in debate via social media platforms such as LinkedIn and Twitter as well as submitting their views and suggestions by email, on our website or by post."
The deadline for responses is April 19.