General Election 2019: 3 things up next

20 December 2019

The Conservative Party – led by Boris Johnson – achieved a landslide victory at last Thursday’s general election, securing its biggest majority since Margaret Thatcher’s victory in 1987. So what’s next for the social economy, and how will the proposed policies impact on the work we do as social investors? Our Policy Lead Will Thomson investigates.

Data for pragmatists: decide or delete in 6 steps

4 December 2019

Following last week’s blog on sharing the right data responsibly, our Research Manager Kirsten Mulcahy explores how to be pragmatic about data in decision-making processes, in part two of our new data-driven blog miniseries.

Sharing the right data responsibly

26 November 2019

Last week, our Director of Learning and Influence Genevieve Maitland Hudson blogged about our breaking up with beneficiary level data – but how do we go about sharing the right data responsibly within the social investment sector? Following on from the launch of our 2018-19 Impact Report, our Research Manager Kirsten Mulcahy makes the case in part one of our new data-driven blog series.

General Election 2019: what we want to see from the next Government

21 November 2019

Our Policy Coordinator Will Thomson’s recent Third Sector piece outlined what SIB want to see from the next Government in the General Election 2019. In a bumper edition, Will explores this from a social investment perspective in more detail.

Three forms of capital

20 November 2019

With the general election 2019 rapidly approaching, our focus is on the opportunities the new economy presents for social investment and the deployment of capital. Our Director of Learning and Influence Genevieve Maitland Hudson shares three segments where SIB believe we have value to add.

It’s not you, it’s us: 4 reasons why we’re breaking up with beneficiary-level data

14 November 2019

With the launch of our 2018-19 Impact Report, we’re making the bold break away from analysing beneficiary level data. Our Director of Learning and Influence Genevieve Maitland Hudson explains why it’s the right move for us.

Fast Foreword: Our Impact 2018-19 Report

5 November 2019

As we launch our 2018-19 Impact Report, our CEO Nick Temple reflects on our impact journey to date, and what the future holds for SIB.

The Case for Shared Ownership: regional manufacturing

23 October 2019

In the fourth blog of our miniseries on shared ownership, our Director of Learning and Influence Genevieve Maitland Hudson looks at the UK and beyond and examines the opportunities regional manufacturing could hold for shared ownership business models.

The Case for Shared Ownership: provision of capital and the social investment market

27 August 2019

In part three of our new blog miniseries on shared ownership in business, guest contributor G ed Devlin - Development Manager at Power to Change - explores how social investment can support the shared ownership business model.

The Case for Shared Ownership: Domiciliary and Care Work

5 July 2019

In part two of four of our new blog miniseries on shared ownership in business, our Director of Learning & Influence Genevieve Maitland Hudson explores the challenges of domiciliary and care work, and the opportunities a change in delivery model could bring for the industry.

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