Organisation Summary Business Sector:Social investment and commissioner advisory Business Activities:Raising capital, exploring social investment, social impact bonds, incubators and accelerators Business Location:London and Newcastle Website:www.numbersforgood.com Numbers for Good bridges the world of finance to organisations dedicated to improving people’s lives and helping the planet. It creates financial solutions that allow organisations to fund social and environmental projects, and connects investors with opportunities for sustainable financial and social returns. Bertrand Beghin and Dominic Llewellyn founded Numbers for Good in 2012 after a mutual friend realised they shared the same vision to use finance as a tool to empower social enterprises, charities and other organisations striving to improve the world. Since then, Numbers for Good has become one of the leading social investment organisations in the UK. Its team comprises financial analysts, business consultants, policy makers, and social enterprise and charity specialists. This mix of skills and experience makes it ideally positioned to help organisations including social enterprises, charities and government commissioners understand how they can use social investment. E3M Member Name:Dominic Llewellyn Title :Chief Executive Dominic, Co-Founder of Numbers for Good, is a social entrepreneur, passionate about both transforming society, and ensuring that finance serves all in society and does good. Before co-founding Numbers for Good, Dominic set up charities and social enterprises, stood for Parliament and was a School Governor. He is a World Economic Forum Global Shaper and sat on the World Economic Forum's Global Agenda Council for Europe between 2012 and 2014. Name:Tim Davies-Pugh Title :Investment Director Tim leads Numbers for Good’s commissioner engagement work and is the lead director of the Newcastle office. He has deep experience of SIBs from his time with Numbers for Good and through previous roles. Prior to joining Numbers for Good, Tim was Acting Director England for the Big Lottery Fund, where he was responsible for operational grant delivery and strategic programmes creating systemic change to build the social investment marketplace. He holds a number of trustee positions and acts as a senior level mentor to social enterprises on behalf of the School for Social Entrepreneurs.