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“You will need £25m to make it work. You’re trying to do the impossible, but good luck!” – Lessons from 30 years of ethical investment by Shared Interest Society

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Tim Morgan, Finance Director, Shared Interest

About the seminar

Tim will share some experiences from across the years for Shared Interest around set-up, funding, governance and accountability. There should be something for anyone involved in establishing or running a social enterprise. He will also draw on his own experience of 25+ years working with many socially purposed businesses.

About the speakers

Tim Morgan is Finance Director of Shared Interest Society, a community benefit society lending to fair trade organisations around the world. He has worked for social impact businesses for more than 25 years, with a particular focus in fair trade and international development. He is also a non-executive director of the socially-purposed Ecology Building Society.

To register for this free online session, please fill in the form below. Please note that you will need Google Chrome for this session.

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