Blog: Oct 2020

The Case for Shared Ownership: Domiciliary and Care Work

5 July 2019

In part two 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.

The Case for Shared Ownership: City, Town Centre and Hospitality

28 June 2019

As we mark Employee Ownership day , our Director of Learning & Influence Genevieve Maitland Hudson shares the first of our new miniseries of four blogs on shared ownership in business.

Strength in partnership: why the Social and Sustainable Housing fund is good news

28 May 2019

As Social and Sustainable Capital (SASC) launch their new Social and Sustainable Housing fund (SASH)​ – a housing fund investing in safe homes for vulnerable people in the UK - Nick Temple reflects on SASC’s journey as social investors so far, and explains why more exciting impact is to yet come.

How we're implementing our feedback from customers

5 April 2019

Following the launch of our impact guide and survey, Ceryse Fear shares how we're embedding our customer recommendations into our work.

Relief in sight...or is there? The future of Social Investment Tax Relief (SITR)

29 January 2019

David Floyd of Social Spider CIC and author of the 'What a Relief!' report into Social Investment Tax Relief (SITR) reveals why the incentive has not lived up to expectations and where improvements are needed.

How our new guide on measuring and managing impact will help us better understand our customers

17 January 2019

As we launch our impact guide and survey, Gen Maitland Hudson explains how we've gone about exploring data performance and how 'impact-focused' organisations can get involved.

Social Investment Business commit to better valuation of Social Impact in its programmes

14 December 2018

Gen Maitland Hudson explains the reasoning behind Social Investment Business's approach to measuring and managing impact and how charities and social enterprises can use it to assess their structures and processes and how they contribute to creating positive change.

Impacting on inequality – can social investors think outside the box on diversity?

23 November 2018

As a social investors survey is launched to find out if social investors are thinking enough outside the diversity box, Ceri Goddard of the Equality Impact Investing project explains why we are asking.

Local authorities should be investing on their doorsteps

16 November 2018

Many redevelopment schemes in the UK put the onus on corporate profit at the cost of local communities but other countries show there is another way, argues Genevieve Maitland Hudson of Social Investment Business.

Power Dynamics - Five things we’re doing & five things we’re reading

9 November 2018

Nick Temple, our CEO, considers the power dynamic between investor and investee, how we've tried to tilt the balance in the investee's favour and the interesting insights from across the sector we've picked up along the way.


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