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Da lunedì torna Critical Mass, la conferenza annuale per chiunque sia interessato agli investimenti a impatto sociale, al valore e all'innovazione sociale.
Al Royal Institution di Londra dal 19 al 20 ottobre si riuniranno innovatori, imprese sociali, organizzazioni filantropiche e enti pubblici per rappresentare il meglio delle esperienze della Social Value International. L'evento di quest'anno è realizzato da Good Deal's 2015 con Social value International (nata da SROI Network e SIAA).

Dal 2008 la conferenza annuale organizzata da Good Deals riunisce social entrepreneurs, investitori, intermediari e esponenti istituzionali, della società civile e dell'impresa tradizionale per esplorare le opportunità che offrono gli investimenti a impatto sociale e diffonderne le buone pratiche.

Social Value International e Social Value UK hanno ospitato la conferenza a partire dall'anno successivo. Alcune si sono tenute a Milano, Toronto, Berlino: la rete social impact ha unito esperienze e persone di tutto il mondo.

Quest'anno si intitola "Critical mass" perché vuole sancire la svolta avvenuta: pubblico, privato e società civile sono pronti a riconoscere il valore sociale. E' un importante passo avanti. Ma come ogni entità che raggiunge il punto di "massa critica", sono necessarie alcune scintille per far scaturire l'energia dell'innovazione e catalizzare e supportare i progressi ottenuti.

Quest'anno ci saremo anche noi di Human Foundation come membri della rete internazionale. 

vuoi saperne di più? leggi qui e qui.

What is the critical mass needed for a social enterprise to make a difference? sul Guardian parla Tim West, fondatore di Pioneers Post. 

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Programma
19 ottobre 2015

9:00-10:00 REGISTRATION
10:00-10:15 WELCOME TO CRITICAL MASS
10:15-11:30 PLENARY SESSION: ACHIEVING CRITICAL MASS
What does Critical Mass mean for global businesses, governments, investors, social enterprises and charities – and how do we get there? How can we optimise and catalyse organisations across sectors to take accountability to the next level?

 

11:30-12:45 INVESTOR IN THE HOTSEAT
- Ray Mills, Partner, PwC Public Private Advisory
- Julie Baker, Head of Enterprise, Business Banking, RBS
- Tom Hall, Director, Head of UBS Philanthropy Services
- Vincent Gradt, Head of Impact & Thematic Investing, AXA
- Paul Robinson, CEO, Alquity


11:30-12:45 IMPACT MEASUREMENT 101
- Richard Kennedy, Chair, Social Value International and Social Value UK
- James Noble, Deputy Head of Measurement and Evaluation, NPC


11:30-12:45 DOES THE SOCIAL VALUE ACT HAVE ANY VALUE IN AN AGE OF AUSTERITY?
- Nick Temple, Deputy Chief Executive, Social Enterprise UK
- Sarah Norman, CEO, Dudley Council
- David Maher, Commissioning Advisor NHS Sustainable Development Unit
- Sarah Sharlott, CEO, Realise Futures
- Matthew Gardiner, CEO, Trafford Housing Trust


11:30-12:45 THE SOCIAL ENTREPRENEUR’S GUIDE TO FLIRTING
Hosted by Hatch and Flirtology


11:30-12:45 A CALL FOR CLARITY
- Holger Westphely, CAF Venturesome
- Rodney Schwartz, ClearlySo
- Niamh Goggins, Small Change Ltd.
- Seb Elsworth, Access
- Daria Kuznetsova, Big Society Capital


12:45-14:15 LUNCH WITH LUNCH TIME DISCUSSION TABLES
14:15-15:45 PLENARY SESSION – IMPACT INVESTMENT INTERACTIVE: GROWTH, STANDARDS AND BIG DECISIONS
What are the next big steps for social investment? How can we provide meaningful data on ‘value' and ‘impact' in the absence of approved global standards? Big thinkers from PwC lead us through an interactive impact investment game designed to explore the challenges and possible solutions for creating a thriving impact investment market.
- Malcolm Preston, PwC 
- Mark Graham, PwC
- Diana Hillier, PwC
- Alan McGill, PwC
- Jeremy Nicholls, Social Value International and Social Value UK

15:45-16:15 COFFEE BREAK
16:15-17:30 WORKSHOPS & MASTERCLASSES [2]
16:15-17:30 SOCIAL VALUE SPOTLIGHT ACROSS THE WORLD
- Yulia Romaschenko, Director for Programmes and Donor Relations
- Jim Clifford, Partner and Director of BWB Advisory and BWB Impact
- Priscilla Boiardi, Research Manager, European Venture Philanthropy Association
- Rebecca Cain, Senior Manager, Social Impact Advisory


16:15-17:30 HOW TO FILL THE FINANCE GAP
- Matt Katz, Partner, Buzzacott Chartered Accountants
- Ed Anderton, Strategy and Policy Manager, Access Foundation
- Heather Black, Managing Director, Economic Change CIC
- Denise Holle, Investment Director, Numbers4Good
- Jeff Dober, Head of Social Impact Funds, FSE Group
- Hugh Biddell, Head of Charities and Public Sector, RBS

16:15-17:30 THE INVESTOR’S PREDICAMENT: DOES ALL THIS MEASUREMENT ADD UP?
- Ellen Carey, IRIS and Impact Measurement Manager, Global Impact Investing Network
- Luis Fernandez, Impact and Advocacy Manager, CAF
- Caroline Ashley, Results Director, DFID Impact Programme
- Marcus Hulme, Social Impact Director, Big Society Capital


16:15-17:30 YOU DON’T VALUE WHAT YOU DON’T VALUE
- Kitrhona Cerri, World Business Council for Sustainable Development - Kitrhona Cerri, World Business Council for Sustainable Development
- Vincent Neate, partner and Head of KPMG UK’s Sustainability Services
- Verity Timmins, Business Development Manager, FRC Group
- Tom Beagent, Director, Total Impact Measurement & Management

16:15-17:30 IF SIBS ARE THE MARMITE THEN WHERE IS THE JAM?
- Antony Ross, Director, Bridges Ventures
- Joanne Hay, Chief Executive, Teens and Toddlers
- Sarah Henry, Head of Intelligence and Performance, Manchester City Council
- Tamsyn Roberts, Head of the Centre for Social Impact Bonds,Cabinet Office

17:45 DRINKS RECEPTION
18:45 THE 2015 NATWEST SE100 AWARDS
with special guests followed by drinks + canapés
21:00 END OF DAY ONE

20 ottobre 2015

8:00 REGISTRATION
9:00-10:30 WELCOME AND PLENARY: GLOBAL TIPPING POINTS
What are the big points of change and development in countries and cultures in terms of investment and innovation to create social value? Where are the global hotspots and fault lines, who are the trailblazers, and what will it take to spark the next big development internationally?

 

10:30-11:15 COFFEE
11:15-12:30 WORKSHOPS & MASTERCLASSES [3]
11:15-12:30 BALLOON DEBATE: WHY MY SOCIAL INVESTMENT OFFER IS BETTER THAN YOURS
- Bernie Morgan, Trustee, RBS Social & Community Capital
- Holly Piper, Head of CAF Venturesome, CAF Venturesome
- Vinay Nair, Director of Business Development, Social and Sustainable Capital
- Megan Peat, CEO, RBS Social & Community Capital
- Mark Bickford, Senior Fund Manager, FSE Group
- Ed Siegle, Director of Investments, Big Issue Invest


11:15-12:30 ENOUGH PRECISION FOR THE DECISION: WHEN IS IMPACT DATA GOOD ENOUGH
- Tim Goodspeed, Training Manager, Social Value UK
- Tom Adams, Director of Impact, Acumen


11:15-12:30 SOCIAL ENTERPRISE PIONEERS FROM AROUND THE WORLD
- Paula Woodman, Senior Social Enterprise Advisor, British Council
- Suzanne Biegle, CEO, Catalyst at Large & Senior Advisor, ClearlySo
- Paul Basil, Founder, Villgro India
- Mohamed Ali, Director, Iftiin Foundation and Director of Peace and Social Innovation at Benadir University


11:15-12:30 CONTRACT READINESS: A MASTERCLASS
- Simon Evill, Head of Origination, Clearly So
- Ceri Jones, Head of Growth and Impact, Baxendale
- Libby Dangoor, Portfolio Director, Social Business Trust
- Oliver Cappelman, Director, Mutual Ventures
- Benny Goodman, Director, The Challenge


12:30-14:00 LUNCH WITH LUNCH TIME DISCUSSION TABLES
14:00-15:30 PLENARY: CRITICAL MASS FOR GOVERNMENT
What are governments doing in different parts of the world to promote social value and social enterprise? How can policymakers provide the right support at the right level – in terms of influence, legislation, policy and investment – for social entrepreneurs and social investors to make things happen on a meaningful scale?

 

15:30-16:45 WORKSHOPS & MASTERCLASSES [4]
15:30-16:45 SITR: HOW TO BE A TAX RELIEF TRAILBLAZER
- Eric Munro, Director of Community Finance and Social Enterprise, RBS
- Kieron Boyle, Head of Social Investment, Cabinet Office
- Melanie Mills, Social Sector Engagement Director, Big Society Capital

15:30-16:45 THE REAL INNOVATORS: USING SCIENCE + TECHNOLOGY FOR SOCIAL PROGRESS
- Paul Miller, Partner, Bethnal Green Ventures
- Hermione Taylor, Founder, The DONation
- Gal Moore, Business Development, Desolenator
- Jacey Bingler, Head of Media Relations, Ecosia
- Natalie Jonk, Founder, Walacea
- Caroline Angus, Commercial Director, Gravity Light


15:30-16:45 THE ACCOUNTABILITY GAP
- Jeremy Nicholls, CEO, Social Value International and SVUK
- Joss Tantram, Founding Partner, Terrafiniti
- Marilyn Croser, Director, CORE Coalition
- Ged Devlin, Technical Advisor, Community Shares
- Ece Ozdemiroglu, Founding Director, EFTEC
- Simon Sapper, National Officer, Communication Workers Union


15:30-16:45 WHAT’S IN A LABEL?
- Sara Williams, CEO, Staffordshire Chamber of Commerce
- Luke Fletcher, Partner, BWB
- Michael Solomon, Profit through ethics
- Charmian Love, Co-founder, Volans


16:45 GOOD-BYE UNTIL NEXT TIME!