Everyone loves a power play. With cooperative purchasing, municipalities gain the advantage by leveraging their collective buying power to cut costs and cut through some of the red tape that can slow projects down.
Watch the replay with some of the industry’s top voices to learn how cooperative purchasing works for ice rinks and arenas—and how it can work for you.
How it works
Canoe's experts will walk you through the history of cooperative purchasing (spoiler: it’s been in Canada since the 1930s), and the nuts and bolts of how this procurement model is tailored to municipalities, public sector entities, and not-for-profit organizations.
When it works
Whether you’re buying equipment, building a brand-new ice rink, making general repairs or upgrading a refrigeration system, learn the applications for group purchasing and hear various examples and success stories from facilities across Canada.
Why it works