Simple Ways to Demonstrate your Value

This workshop will de-mystify the myriad of tools and methods and help you understand how to measure your social value simply and articulate this to clients, in funding applications and tendering rounds. 

Who should attend?

  • Anyone considering how to measure value
  • Quality and improvement managers
  • Programme and service managers
  • Chief executives, trustees and directors
  • Marketing and communications officers

Workshop content

By the end of this session delegates will:

  • Have a good knowledge of common measurement tools
  • Understand how to set clear measurement criteria
  • Understand how to measure and quantify hard and soft outcomes
  • Understand how to use the results (marketing social value) 

Workshop facilitators

The session will be delivered by Dave Lane and Ranjit Bansal.

Dave Lane is MD of Development in Social Enterprise CIC (a social enterprise support organisation that provides bespoke consultancy and developmental support to the third sector) and has a career that spans over 25 years in senior management in the voluntary and community sector. He is an experienced trainer, speaker and is a SFEDI qualified social enterprise business adviser with a degree in Voluntary and Community Organisation Development.

Ranjit Bansal is a marketing professional with 18 years’ experience of working with social enterprises, voluntary organisations, CICs, and charities.

Venue information

Please note parking in and around Solihull Enterprise Centre is limited to 1 hour within the identified bays. Delegates are advised to park in unrestricted areas on Dunster Road (a short walk from the centre).

Eligibility to attend

This is a free workshop for voluntary, community or social enterprise organisations that have their registered / head office in Solihull. To check your eligibility for this workshop please visit our website.

This workshop is provided by the Solihull Community Enterprise for Success Programme 2016-19 funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and supported by Solihull Council and the Greater Birmingham and Solihull Local Enterprise Partnership, offering help and advice to grow existing voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations.