SROI-Selling Added Value
It is often claimed that Social Enterprise creates additional value when compared to the ‘Private Sector,’ but how can we prove it?
Selling Added Value is a social accounting technique that helps you demonstrate your added value in terms that are relevant to buyers and commissioners. It uses Social Return On Investment (SROI) principles to map the impact of your service and produces qualitative and quantitative information that highlights the benefits you are producing.
Developed by the Social Enterprise Support Centre (SESC), Selling Added Value was funded by the LSC and ESF and is currently funded through Capacity Builders. It is a 2 day leadership programme aimed at senior managers, finance officers or people in a service development role.
For further information visit our website at http://www.sellingaddedvalue.co.uk