San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Finance for social enterprise growth has consistently been one of our most popular events. Each year we aim to bring you more insights and innovations.
Uniquely, we start from the perspective of the social enterprise rather than that of the social investor, and we bring you peer-led insights which are more valuable than reading a 'how to' manual!
The full programme is available on our website: http://e3m.org.uk/finance-for-social-enterprise-growth/
- Reverse dragon's den - our unique format in which social enterprise leaders quiz fund managers about their specialist products for social enterprises seeking to grow (and then vote on the best!)
- Social Investment Tax Relief (SITR) - an overview and update plus in-depth case study from the UK's first SITR fund
- Deal management – expert insights and top tips from social enterprise leaders as well as experts on the key things involved in doing deals for commercial finance
- Leaders and Investors Funding Panel - social enterprises looking to raise finance will present their needs and receive constructive critical support from a panel of investors and leaders
Christine Chang, Big Society Capital
Dai Powell, HCT Group
Donna Thomas, Resonance
Ed Siegel, Big Issue Invest
Geetha Rabindrakumar, Big Society Capital
Hugh Pelham, Community Foster Care
Jonathan Bland, Social Business International
Kate Fisher, RSM
Luke Fletcher, Bates Wells Braithwaite
Mark Bickford, The FSE Group
Matt Stevenson-Dodd, Street League
Melanie Mills, Big Society Capital
Mike Trace, RAPt
Neil Pearson, independent SITR Expert
Peter Kelly, Charity Bank
Rod Schwarz, ClearlySo
Scott Harwood, RSM
Vinay Nair, Social and Sustainable Capital
**A full programme will be available soon**
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
What is E3M?
E3M is an initiative that supports a group of leaders from the largest and most successful UK social enterprises that trade in public service markets. In addition to facilitating this mutually supportive peer group, E3M aims to help the wider social enterprise community by providing expertise and sharing knowledge about the key ingredients for successful social enterprise growth at our events and in our publications.
E3M was developed by Social Business International (SBI) in 2012 and has the support from a group of expert partners. Our core partners are: Bates Wells Braithwaite, The University of Northampton, Baker Tilly and Charity Bank; our supporting partners are Kreab and Social Investment Business.
SBI will refund any cancellations in full if they are made more than seven days in advance of the seminar (up to and including 16 November 2015). Cancellations made within seven days of the event will not be refunded.
When & Where
Social Business International
Social Business International (SBI) specialises in knowledge transfer and innovation in the field of social enterprise. Our mission is to share know-how and best practice about social enterprise across international boundaries.
SBI manages an initiative called E3M which brings together social enterprise leaders and expert partners working in public service delivery