San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
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E3M is a programme brought to you by Social Business International in partership with Bates Wells Braithwaite, University of Northampton, Unity Trust Bank and Baker Tilly.
This event is sponsored by CaSE Insurance and Local Government Information Unit (LGiU)
This one-day seminar will explore how social enterprises and public authorities can work in new ways to achieve common objectives in the provision of public services.
In the context of the new EU Procurement Directive, how can social enterprises and public authorities achieve realpartnership working? What are the ways of bringing new finance to these partnerships to focus on difficult challenges through the use of social impact bonds?
Participants will have the chance to ask questions and network throughout the day.
Who should attend? Senior staff of social businesses (CEOs, Finance Directors, Business Development Directors) and Commissioners from local authorities and other public bodies.
Why should you attend? The seminar will explore the new and clarified concepts within the new European public procurement legislation and ideas for the development of more sophisticated relationships between commissioners and social enterprise suppliers in pursuit of their mutual public benefit purposes. It is designed to equip participants with practical information and knowledge about commissioning of public services based on partnership and how social impact bonds can be used as a collaborative tool to deliver social impact.
09.30 Registration and coffee
10.00 Welcome and introduction
10.15 Commissioning for Outcomes
10.30 Commissioning under the New Procurement Directive: Most Economically Advantageous Tender, Price- Quality Ratio, Lifecycle Costing and Innovation Partnerships
11.45 Co-production, including commissioning without procurement: Achieving real partnership working
12.30 Social Value and Impact Measurement: Development of the concepts and use by commissioners and suppliers
13.00 Lunch and Networking
13.45 Financing co-produced and innovative projects: Adapting early experiences of SIBs & using new resources
15.15 Service Providers in the Driving Seat: Developing social impact bonds to meet new challenges or solve difficult problems
15.30 Let’s make it work! Available funding; Expert Panel Q&A
16.20 Conclusions from the day
Julian Blake - Bates Wells Braithwaite
Jonathan Bland - Social Business International
Alan Bates - Monckton Chambers
Roger Bullen - Evidence Based Social Investments Ltd
Jim Clifford OBE - BWB Impact & IAAM Adoption
Ruth Foreman - Baker Tilly
Dan Hird - Triodos Bank
David Hunter - Bates Wells Braithwaite
Matt Smith - The Big Lottery Fund
Garath Symonds - Surrey County Council
Jacqui Mclinlay - Staffordshire County Council
Andrew Parks - Cabinet Office
The E3M Business Club brings together the leaders of around 30 large and innovative social businesses and the E3M Programme aims to share knowledge and develop thought leadership about the inter-related ingredients for successful social enterprise delivery of public services: markets, money and models.
For more information on E3M visit: www.socialbusinessint.com
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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