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cooperative

noun Vox populi An organization whose members share purchasing clout, resources or other materials. See Health insurance purchasing.
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Effective immediately, the world's leading dive retail, resort and professional membership organisation has taken ownership of Bonnier Corp.'s network of dive media brands, including Scuba Diving magazine, scubadiving.com, Sport Diver magazine, sportdiver.com and Skin Diver magazine.
When contacted by OT, the College acknowledged that the wording was misleading due to a typo and said that the information should have read: "It is a membership organisation and most qualified practising optometrists in the UK are members."
Originally funded by the regional development agency as Yorkshire Chemical Focus, the membership organisation said the "cluster" concept also aimed to allow networking with organisations such as trade bodies, societies and university specialist centres.
IRWIN Mitchell's Birmingham employment team has secured a legal partnership with membership organisation the Association of Colleges (AoC) after a competitive pitch.
The World Economic Forum is a membership organisation, comprising 1,000 of the world's top corporations and global enterprises usually with more than $5bn in turnover.
Today, the North East Chamber of Commerce represents over 4,000 businesses across the North East which employ a third of the region's workforce, making it one of the largest Chambers of Commerce in the country and the only truly regional business membership organisation in the North East.
The Mersey Partnership is Liverpool city region's leading membership organisation, representing an alliance of more than 550 businesses and organisations committed to the economic growth of the region.