The cooperatives and social enterprises that animate the large CGM Network are 477.
The cooperatives and social enterprises of the Network are active in a multitude of sectors: social housing, culture and tourism, local development, education, elderly, social inclusion, supported employment, disability and, more generally the health area.
What are the advantages of joining the CGM Network?
The presence of people with previous experience and solid knowledge in the Third Sector ensures that CGM:
- develops innovative products and services taking the hints coming from the dialogue with national and European subjects
- supports the national Network in research and access to business tools (financial, planning, competency…)
CGM proposes and supports the cooperatives and the social enterprises of the Network in the innovation processes of social entrepreneurship models that are sustainable, inclusive, and capable of generating social impact.
- Connection and exchange of good practices
Being part of the CGM means cultivating dialogue with the various associated realities on multiple sectoral issues, sharing development models and replicating good practices. But it means also creating relationships, beyond our sectorial boundaries, that are a thrust for social and entrepreneurial innovation.