This event is now over and took place on Wed 20 Nov 2013
This one-day seminar focuses on the needs and interests of established social businesses (including: social enterprises, trading charities and public service mutuals) seeking finance to grow their operations and impact.
Uniquely starting from the perspective of the social business, this event cuts through the hype about social investment and provides a practical overview of the different financial models that can finance growth. It explores a range of debt and equity solutions that relate to different levels of risk, with a series of presentations from experts and with practical case studies.
The seminar will help participants assess how different financial tools can be used to raise investment to support growth including: working capital, debt finance on suitable terms for asset acquisition; and equity and quasi-equity to support PBR-contracts; and to manage and share risk to improve effectiveness. Participants will have the chance to ask questions and network throughout the day.
Who should attend?
Senior staff of social businesses responsible for raising capital (CEOs, Finance Directors, Business Development Directors) and others interested in the growth of social enterprise.
Julian Blake, Bates Wells Braithwaite
Jonathan Bland, Social Business International
Jim Clifford, OBE Baker Tilly
Prof. Simon Denny University of Northampton
Luke Fletcher, Bates Wells Braithwaite
Jonathan Flory, Social Finance
Dan Hird, Triodos Bank
Alex Jarman, Investing for Good
Jonathan Jenkins, The SIB Group
Dai Powell OBE, HCT Group
Antony Ross, Bridges Ventures
Ed Siegel, Big Issue Invest
Booking and costs
Social Business, £150 +VAT
Other, £250 + VAT
For more details and to book, please click here to visit the E3M website
Click here to download the PDF event flyer.
BWB, 2-6 Cannon St., London EC4M 6YH