There’s a huge amount of untapped potential for the insurance and risk management industry to create social value. That’s why we are working with global insurance broker Gallagher and industry bodies like ALARM, to see what this looks like in real terms.
Nathan Goode is our Chief Strategy Officer. He is always on the lookout for new ways to help the public and private sectors find new opportunities to create social value and improve their communities. Here he talks us through why the updated National TOMs are perfect for organisations in 2022.
The Queen's Speech 2022 continued from where the Levelling Up agenda left off. Our CEO, Guy Battle, highlights some reasons to be cheerful, and throws in a few words of warning in the process.
This session is aimed at business looking to understand the simple steps they need to take to win more work with government. It covers the National TOMs and the Social Value Model.
Social Value is now a given, but it is NOT a National strategy and the 4 kingdoms of our devolved UK are addressing the opportunity in different ways. This session brought together social value leaders together from England, Scotland and Wales to share their experiences and discuss their ambitions.
The Duke of Edinburgh's International Award Foundation: Winner of the Voluntary or Third Sector Leadership Award 2022
Globally, the Duke of Edinburgh has had an enormous impact on millions of young people since its inception in 1956. However, over the years, the positive impacts on young people, adult mentors, and wider society have only been shown through anecdotal evidence. Hear how they turned this into tangible, measurable, social value.
Read how GreenZone Cleaning and Support Services set out to revolutionise the commercial cleaning industry by delivering a truly social, environmental and economically sustainable service. Read more about how they got on.
We’ve put together a guide that talks you through how best to integrate social value into your planning process, and ultimately, how to do more good in your community. https://socialvalueportal.com/wp-admin/post-new.php?wp-post-new-reload=true#
Right now, a huge amount of social value funds are sitting on the table, untouched. The way things stand, communities are missing out on up to £30 billion of social benefits – all because developers are not being asked to factor social value into the planning applications.
Want to do good at no extra cost to your organisation? Don’t we all! There is a way. Embedding social value into procurement has enormous potential to do just that. It can radically improve the economic, social and environmental wellbeing that a contract delivers.
How many times are the words “social value” heard in public sector procurement departments each week? Probably loads – and we’re delighted about that. Social value is one of the key themes of the National Procurement Strategy for Local Government and is really gaining momentum.
As 2022 marks 10 years since the Public Services (Social Value) Act came into force, Guy Battle takes stock of where we are, and how things look for the year to come.
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