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Antony McMullen is a co-op founder, director and developer.

Articles:

Co-operatives – the slow food of social enterprise?

Opinion

Antony McMullen, Wednesday, 14th October 2020 -  Social enterprises hold great potential to make our world better. To realise this transformative potential, we must ensure the fullness and diversity of this sector is recognised and embraced – including co-operatives, writes Antony McMullen.

The pandemic we have to have

Opinion

Antony McMullen, Tuesday, 2nd June 2020 -  The old corporate models that focus on profit maximisation have had their day, writes Antony McMullen, who points to cooperatives as the key to building economic democracy and an “epidemic of belonging”.

Investment in Crime Pays

Opinion

Antony McMullen, Wednesday, 27th July 2016 -  With new investment coming through, cooperative and other forms of entrepreneurship in Australia could provide a vehicle for ex-offenders in the criminal justice system to be part of the solution to reducing harmful criminal activity, writes cooperatives expert Antony McMullen.

Ownership Disruption In the Sharing Economy

Opinion

Antony McMullen, Wednesday, 18th May 2016 -  From employee share schemes in large companies through to employee owned cooperatives, employee “disruption” can result in more cohesive, engaged and productive workplaces contributing to economic development, writes cooperatives expert Antony McMullen.
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