A YouGov survey commissioned by Social Value UK shows that 40% of people think additional measurements should be mandatory when calculating profitability. Our finding places further pressure on businesses to demonstrate their sustainability and social responsibility credentials, as 40% of people

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Lots of guidance, but not so useful There’s no shortage of advice and guidance out there on how to ‘measure’ social impact and, increasingly, a focus on managing impact. At least if you are an enterprise delivering products or services.

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Back in May Jo Nicholson from Social Value Aotearoa reached out to ask me if I would be able to attend and speak at the Te Pou Matakana’s (TPM) Whānau Ora Conference this September in Auckland. It definitely piqued my

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Social return on investment (SROI) is a model used to quantify the social and financial benefits and value of a service, programme, policy or organisation to society. The international SROI Network explains SROI this way: Most public, private and third

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Social Value UK Blogshare:   Who are E-Bursum? E-Bursum is a platform that matches students looking for scholarships with funders that have scholarships to offer students. We think that education is of the highest importance for all generations and should be

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SVI Blogshare: IQ Business is the first organisation to be awarded a Social Value International accredited training course that is not an SROI training course. We talked with Stephen Smith about the accreditation process and IQ Business’s involvement with SVI. What inspired you to

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