This book considers the range of financing options available to social enterprises engaging in public service delivery - including developments in social finance, social impact bonds, venture philanthropy, quasi-equity, and members’ shares.
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This publication considers the range of financing options available to social enterprises engaging in public service delivery, including developments in:
Securing sufficient finance is critical when an enterprise is starting up, growing or looking to diversify its sources of income.
Ensuring social enterprises are aware of the full range of finance sources available to them is a key part of enabling the sector to develop and grow. This includes awareness of new developments in social finance as well as older sources that have perhaps been overlooked or under-used, such as share or bond issues, and tax reliefs associated with some of these sources of finance.
This publication will be useful to those working in and with social enterprises, including:
Areas covered include:
An overview of the various financing options and their fit with different types of social enterprise (from charities to mutuals to community interest companies) is also provided.
This publication is available as a book and a bookmarked PDF.
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Publications and resources
The Commissioning Joint Committee Guide to Open Public Services
Effective Governance and Financial Management in Academies