In October 2015, Social Value International was invited to speak at the annual meeting of Procura on accounting for value of social outcomes.
On October 30th, the Russian Impact Measurement Group was launched at an event in Moscow, organised by CAF Russia. The event itself was well attended by people representing organisations from a range of sectors, including NGOs, foundations and business.
On the 21st September, Social Value International (SVI) and the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) convened a global meeting for experts in valuation of social outcomes.
The first draft agenda has been released for our 2015 Annual Conference, Critical Mass.
Estonian Social Enterprise Network is currently in the process of creating an online portal for inserting, structuring, analyzing and publishing societal impact information of Estonian social purpose organizations.
Two of the biggest organisations in impact measurement team up to encourage companies to measure their impact.
John Burrett from Haiku Analytics talks about presentation styles and how to avoiding soul-destroying presentations!
Neil Reeder discusses how good practice in impact analysis needs to continue to contain both ‘yin’ and ‘yang’ elements.
John Gargani discusses three market forces that drive the quality of impact measurement— the supply, demand and market value of impact information
Social Value Aotearoa our latest affiliated National Member Network launches in New Zealand.