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Using social value principles to commission services & for community wealth building

Event Date: 19.10.2021 |Time: 12.00-13.30 |Categories: Events |Tags:

This webinar is for people in local authorities (senior officers and members), as well as those leading social enterprises, charities and other organisations seeking to maximise public benefit.

Through a mix of case study presentations and an expert panel discussion, the webinar will explore how social value imperatives can be placed at the heart of commissioning local services, to achieve better outcomes and to harness the power of local anchor institutions to enhance the economic and social wellbeing of local communities.

Participants will draw on the learning from our expert speakers and have the opportunity to ask practical questions to support their own work.


  • Julian Blake – Partner, Stone King
  • Jonathan Bland – MD, Social Business International
  • Councillor Susan Brown – Leader of Oxford City Council
  • Andrew Cox – Group Director of Strategic Growth & Partnerships, London Southeast Colleges
  • Rebekah Sutcliffe – Strategic Director of Communities & Reform, Oldham Council

This webinar is the third in E3M’s series disseminating ideas and practical learning linked to the free Procurement to Partnership Toolkit.

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