The results of the 2021 Ordinary General Assembly were:

President: Chelli Graziano

Vice president: Marioni Antonello

Advisers: Bambagioni Pierluigi, Bonacchi Paola, Citerni Pia Rosa, Dainelli Giulio, Fontani Franco, Ginesi Elio, Lembetti Nello, Marzocchi Luciano, Rossi Leonardo.

Statutory Auditors:

President: Dott. Ovidio Paladini

Alternate Auditor: Dott.ssa Patrizia Cassisa

Alternate Auditor: Dott. Lucio Moroni


Why the choice to create a cooperative society?

Because through cooperation everyone’s business ideas, his projects, his work, is associated with that of other people, making use of the experience and knowledge of a more complex organization that in many cases has demonstrated the ability to create a system . Cooperator beings means acting together in a dynamic structure in which managerial skills and mutuality skills are fused.

What is meant by “Mutualistic Purpose” of a cooperative?

The pre-eminent functional characteristic of the cooperatives is the pursuit of the c.d. “Mutual purpose”, ie the purpose of providing goods or services or job opportunities directly to the members of the organization at more advantageous conditions than those that they could obtain on the market. The spirit of the cooperative is expressed by the Italian Constitution which states in art.45 “the Republic recognizes the social function of mutuality cooperation without private speculation purposes. The law promotes and promotes the increase with the most suitable means and ensures, with appropriate controls, the character and purpose “. The cooperative is an optimal form of enterprise for groups of people who come together for purposes that do not provide only for the division of profits, as in companies. Therefore, opening a cooperative means giving life to an economic or entrepreneurial activity, in any sector, based on a mutualistic purpose.

How does a cooperative work?

The cooperative functions as a capital company so it has the typical corporate bodies of this company: assembly, board of directors or sole director and board of statutory auditors if required by law. The main difference with respect to the capital company consists in the voting rules: each shareholder can express only one vote at the meeting regardless of his participation in the share capital. A principle totally opposite to that provided for in other capital companies where the weight of the shareholders is proportional to the capital paid.