Call for data for the World Co-operative Monitor 2018: survey deadline extended

Friday, 13 April 2018

The World Co-operative Monitor report has become a leading source of annual data on the size of the global cooperative economy. Producer of the report, Euricse, says, however, that it is essential to have a sufficiently large quantity of cooperatives completing its survey to produce the report. 

Euriscse is calling on cooperatives of all sizes, across sectors and regions to help expand the coverage of the database. ICMIF members and all cooperatives are invited to be part of the 2018 edition of the Monitor by entering their cooperative's details!

The 2018 survey is available in many different languages online. The survey will close on 20 May 2018.

If you wish to receive the survey by email or an excel sheet in order to input data on more than one cooperatives, please contact Ilana Gotz at

Why is it important??

The World Co-operative Monitor is a crucial resource for raising the cooperative profile and increasing its impact with policymakers, industry professionals and the public at large. It is also an important tool for researchers around the globe. At the core of the Monitor is a list of the 300 largest cooperatives in the world, as measured by turnover. In addition, the Monitor presents sectorial rankings, including insurance, and in-depth looks at particular sectors or regions.

Read the 2017 edition available at . The World Co-operative Monitor is published by the International Co-operative Alliance in collaboration with scientific partner, Euricse.