There are many benefits to joining together with other consumers and combining your buying power to get better deals from shops and other suppliers. By buying in bulk, you can get discounts on prices, saving money. There are other benefits too. Examples of things that groups buy together are food, household goods and heating oil.
What this guide contains
- What are the advantages of buying as a group?
- Case studies
- Checklist for setting up a community buying group
- How do we get started?
- How do we plan our project?
- How should we organise our group?
- How do we run our group?
- What about money?
- How do we market and promote our group?
- How do I develop new skills?
- Community buying groups and the law
- Further information and resources
- About us
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