The UK has a lot to learn from the US when it comes to failure. Here, that stubbornly stiff British upper lip still prevents most of us from admitting when things have gone wrong. But over in America, failure is worn as a badge of honour.
Social enterprises are often treated the same way when it comes to investment readiness. However, each organisation is unique, and they should be treated as such.
Good Finance’s Project Manager, Ishita Ranjan, shares her highlights and reflections from Good Finance Live held in Manchester earlier this year in partnership with GMCVO.
A Social Impact Bond (SIB) is a payment-by-results contract where social investors pay for your organisation to deliver a service – for example, helping homeless people to find a home. The Government repays the investors with interest if the service is successful.
In this blog, Melanie Mills from Big Society Capital looks at the one thing you really can’t run your enterprise or charity without. Read on to find out how to protect your most valuable commodity.