Social enterprise offering webinar on Social Return Of Investment


18th January 2021

The Circle is hosting a webinar to help organisations understand, measure, and communicate their social impact, and the importance of doing so. The speaker for this event, which will take place on Thursday 21st of January 2pm-3:30pm will be expert Lynn Hendry. Leaders, entrepreneurs, and individuals from organisations who work to create social impact or are evaluating their impact as a result of the pandemic are invited to attend.

“Our webinars are a chance to share our expertise to ensure that the organisations that provide vital services to our communities are able to survive and thrive through the Covid-19 crisis and beyond. Social Return On Investment is a particularly important topic for many organisations hoping to access funding to support their work. Knowledge of how to complete funding applications, and communicating social impact, are of increasing importance as the demand for funding pots increases.”

This webinar is being run as part of The Circle Academy, a training programme for social entrepreneurs. Speaker sessions like this one are usually exclusive to the candidates taking part in the full programme, but The Circle are making some publicly available through a newly introduced tier of the Academy called the Open Circle.

Those wishing to attend can register to attend the webinars via Eventbrite and will receive an email with details on how to access the meeting via Zoom the day before the event. General admission tickets, which cost £15, along with 10 free tickets, available thanks to funding from UnLtd can be booked via Eventbrite: 

You can find further information about The Circle Academy, Including the Semi Circle programme, and more upcoming webinars on The Circle’s website: 

The Circle

The Circle is an award winning 'More Than Profit' organisation that supports businesses to make a difference to communities by providing affordable consultancy, training and workspaces, within an inclusive and friendly community.

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