Measure It! Social Impact Workshop
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This workshop is run by Iridescent Ideas and the CIC Regulator.

Never before has it been so important to measure and be able to prove your social impact. 

This workshop will help you decide where to start, what to measure and how to measure it, and give you the opportunity to look at some of the tools that are available to help you create your own social impact report.

Sara Burgess, the CIC Regulator, will also be providing an insight into good practice on social impact reporting - a core part of being a CIC.

Register your attendance via the Eventbrite website.

Location: Room 004a-b Mast House, Shepherd's Wharf, 24 Sutton Road, Plymouth PL4 0HJ.

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About the organisers

Iridescent Ideas CIC

Iridescent Ideas is a Community Interest Company and a social enterprise founded in May 2011 by Gareth Hart and Mel Tucker with the aim to provide great business advice services that enable other social enterprises and ethical businesses to succeed.

Sara Burgess, CIC Regulator

Sara became the Regulator of Community Interest Companies in September 2007. Her key role is to raise awareness of community interest companies and maintain public confidence in the CIC legal form. She has 27 years’ experience of working in the third sector, with a variety of small local and large national charities. Until recently Sara worked as a grants assessor for UK Charity Children in Need, and now does voluntary work at Cardiff Food Bank. She is a fellow of the RSA (Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufacture and Commerce).

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