Past events

Bolton conference

Presentations from the conference held at Bolton Town Hall on 20 July will be available below in the coming days:

Matthew Jackson, GMSVN Steering Group: ‘Update on the Greater Manchester Social Value Network’ and ‘Overview of developments in strategy, policy and practice in Social Value in Greater Manchester’

Presentation from Bolton City Council about The Bolton Journey: “What Social Value really means to us, in the context of our Vision – Bolton 2030 (illustrated with both small and large scale examples).  What our journey has been so far (including our public, private and voluntary sector partnership approach) and where we are going next.”

Helen Tomlinson, GMSVN training sub-group and Bolton CVS: Workshop on ‘Making the most difference’ how to deliver a half-day workshop on social value

Anne Lythgoe, Social Audit Network: workshop on ‘Prove, Improve, Account – introduction to social accounting and audit’

Nicola Hodkinson & Vanessa Barlow, Seddon: Nicola Hodkinson, 4th generation of the Seddon Family and Director of Seddon will outline  the importance of being socially responsible and the  journey over  Seddon’s 120 years of business.  Vanessa Barlow, Socially Responsible Manager for Seddon and Chair of the Bolton Family, will  outline how Seddon  work  collaboratively with public and private sector partners creating networks and alliances to deliver measureable outcomes that benefit the community.

 

GMSVN thanks Bolton City Council and Greater Manchester Talent Match for their generous support in providing the venue and refreshments for this conference.

Salford conference

Presentations from the conference held in Salford University on 26 June are available below:

Tom Wilde, GMSVN Steering Group: ‘Update on the Greater Manchester Social Value Network’ and ‘Overview of developments in strategy, policy and practice in Social Value in Greater Manchester’

Dr Morven McEachern, Director of Centre for Social Business at Salford University: ‘Delivering Social Value from a Higher Education Institution Perspective: The Case of the University of Salford’

Helen Tomlinson, GMSVN training sub-group and Bolton CVS: Workshop on ‘Making the most difference’ how to deliver a half-day workshop on social value

Anne Lythgoe, Social Audit Network: workshop on ‘Prove, Improve, Account – introduction to social accounting and audit’

Liam Manton, Wates Residential: ‘Creating social value through partnership working with the Social Enterprise sector’

GMSVN thanks Salford University and Greater Manchester Talent Match for their generous support in providing the venue and refreshments for this conference.

 

GMSVN Conferences 2016

Presentations from the GMSVN conferences held in June and September 2016 are available below:

GMSVN thanks Manchester Business School and Greater Manchester Talent Match for their generous support in providing the venue and refreshments for this conference.‘Delivering Social Value from a Higher Education Institution Perspective: The Case of the University of Salford’