This power point presention explores structures used for social enterprise including proposed Community Contribution Corporations (B.C.)
This document takes an in-depth look at lessons learned from case studies on the governance structures and processes of 20 Canadian non-profit organizations.
Glossary of Social Investment terms - in simple language.
(The Centre for Social Impact, 2011)
Simply stated, a SIB is a new approach for expanding social programs.
This Framework aims to assist three stakeholder groups – investors, corporations and public policymakers – in understanding how to navigate the social enterprise and impact investing s
The five easy steps to implementing social purchasing: 1) Define Social Impact Goals; 2) Prioritize and Score Them; 3) Evaluate Bids; 4) Monitor Implementation; and, 5) Report to Stakeholders.
This report considers the various structural options for social enterprise from the perspective of a social entrepreneur contemplating a new social venture.
This article gives an example of how procurement professionals take into account many different factors to decide which suppliers have business practices that most closely align with their own orga
This book is about how analysing social impact can inform and guide the flow of capital through the social-purpose universe to the places where it can do most good.
This guide is for people working in local authorities who are interested in social enterprise – senior managers; directors and heads of service lines; commissioners; heads of procurement or economi