Hopes remain high amongst many investors, policy makers and politicians that the world of social investment is going to support many of the UK's estimated 68,000 social enterprises to prosper. Yet the response from frontline social enterprises has been muted to say the least. This one day conference from Social Enterprise Network seeks to explore this divergence further and asks the question- 'Does Social Finance Understand Social Need?'
Taking place on Friday 21st June 2013
At The Women's Organisation, 54 St. James Street, Liverpool, L1 0AB
'Capital with a Conscience? Does Social Finance Understand Social Need?' will bring social entrepreneurs, social investors, key public agencies and other interested parties together to discuss emergent themes within the social finance marketplace.
Featuring talks, debates, workshops, panel discussions and a 'marketplace' of investors the day is aimed at all levels of participant in the worlds of social enterprise and social finance, from seasoned social entrepreneurs, public sector leaders, social investors to complete newcomers to the social enterprise movement.
To book your ticket, go to: www.capitalwithaconscience.eventbrite.com