Impact Data: From Business Intelligence to Growth. Hosted by the Efiko Academy and Social Value International.
For all organisations that consider both social and financial impacts as important, impact management and reporting to stakeholders is becoming a mainstream practice. And whilst there is agreement on the need to report transparently, not enough businesses are leading by example.
The lack of acceptance for the requirement for external auditing decreases the pace at which the standards get applied. Moreover, many organisations don’t appreciate the full potential and value of impact management and reporting, and maybe even lack the internal know-how to make it a reality. This results in green washing & impact washing in the sector – leading in return to a questioning of the credibility of impact measurement and missed opportunities to optimise impacts.
So, how can an organisation implement effective impact management and reporting practices that capitalize on business intelligence to improve operations and communicate clearly towards its stakeholders? On this topic, we welcome
Pieter Oostlander, Fund manager at SI2 Fund, partner at Shaping Impact Group
Lina Benmehrez, Impact Measurement Lead at Shaping Impact Group
Take a look at the webinar recording to hear from one of Europe’s most advanced impact-first funds how they implement impact management practices throughout the investment period, use impact data for business intelligence and capitalize on SROI data for reporting and improving impacts.
Find our article here which also dives deep into the same topic of how data can be a key tool in the world of finance.