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Tech Coops Wiki

To add a co-operative to this wiki first add a link to the #Co-ops section below, save your changes and then click the link you just created and add the details below to your page:

  • Name
  • Location
  • Email
  • Phone number
  • Main contact person
  • Website
  • Social media links
  • Main business (e.g. Web development, Design, Marketing)
  • Main clients
  • Skills, business skills and tech skills
  • Members (perhaps with links to LinkedIn profiles etc)
  • Products
  • Sector (e.g. public sector, third sector/charities, commercial)
  • Ethical considerations/restrictions
  • Specific expertise (e.g. NodeJS, Print)
  • Interests
  • Spare space? For example office space that another co-op can use
  • Interested in placements and / or people swaps?
  • Anything else you think is relevant (e.g. logo, photos of individuals)

Please note: a WYSIWYG editor has now been enabled on this site, you get it when you click "Edit". To get the old editing behaviour (a plain text textarea) use "Edit source" (the source editor is better on slower computers), you can also disable the new editor in your preferences, tick "Temporarily disable the visual editor while it is in beta".

Co-ops

If you add to the following list please also add the co-op to the MediaWiki:Sidebar page so that it also appears in the left hand sidebar. Also be sure to add a [[Category:Coop]] tag to your pages so your co-op shows up on the Category:Coop page and also add tags for services and technologies as Special:Categories.

Following is a list of all the UK tech co-operatives we could find, see also the potential members page:


*Not co-ops, but worth their weight in fair trade gold.