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The London Social Value Meet Up

Social Value UK and the Social Value Exchange are hosting the first London Social Value Meet Up on Wednesday 12 June in the City of London. This first London Social Value Meet Up is taking at the offices of Orrick, Herrington and Sutcliffe, 107 Cheapside, London EC2V 6DN.

All sectors are welcome at this event as social value practitioners across private, public and civil society need an opportunity to get together, share experiences and foster the connections that make social value work best at the local level.

For the first session, we’ve set the agenda and we’re keeping it simple for the opener: 

8.30        Breakfast served and introduction from Ben Carpenter, CEO of Social Value UK, and Dan Ebanks, CEO of the Social Value Exchang

9.00        The latest policy thinking in social value

9.30        Product Showcase – every quarter we’ll bring you something new that we think can help you make Social Value work for your organisation

10.00     Networking – a chance for people to connect.

The London Social Value Meet Up will cost £5 + booking fee for members of Social Value UK and £10 + booking fee for non-members, make sure to buy yours soon as places are limited.

Get your tickets here!

At the meeting we’ll ask you who and what you want to see at the next session. We will do our best to find the right person or organisation and bring them to the session. 

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