Social Enterprise Yorkshire & Humber Working Capital Conference

Event | 10 May 2017

Join the Social Enterprise Yorkshire & Humber's Annual Working Capital Conference. Working Capital is a conference designed to bring together the leading exponents in social investment with social enterprises, community enterprises and social entrepreneurs to learn about emerging products, do deals and undertake business. This is the sixth conference and this year's theme is 'many routes, one destination', highlighting the may differents ways social finance can be drawn down but always resulting in an investment in an organisation.

About

Working Capital is a Social Investment Conference designed to bring together the leading exponents in Social Investment with Social Enterprises, Community Enterprises and Social Enterpreneurs to learn about emerging products, do deals and undertake business. This is the sixth conference and this year's theme is 'Many routes, one destination'. Highlighting the may differents ways social finance can be drawn down but always resulting in an investment in an organisation. Click here to find out more.

This is the sixth year of Working Capital following highly successful conferences over the six years with over 800 delegates have attended Working Capital making it the largest Social Investment Conference outside London. 

This year the venue is St Marys Conference Centre in Sheffield and takes place on the 10th May in partnership with Big Society Capital

Confirmed as keynote Speakers so far:

  • Cliff Prior, Chief Executive of Big Society Capital as our first keynote after a year in his new role.
  • Matt Smith CEO of Key Fund will be our closing Keynote Speaker
  • David Floyd MD of Social Spider will be speaking on quasi-equity investment. This is investment which doesn't have a set interest rate but acts like equity (shares) without taking an ownership stake in your enterprise.

Location

St Marys Conference Centre

Bramall Lane

S2 4QZ

Sheffield

Date and Time

Wednesday 10 May 2017

09:30 - 4:30 PM

Tickets

For more info and to book click here.

 

Last updated
5 April 2017