ISBE member proves a micro social enterprise is creating £2m of social value

Through an evaluation of a new social prescribing online brokerage service, nearly £2m of benefits have been identified for multiple stakeholders

ISBE member Adrian Ashton was asked to undertake an evaluation of a new web-based social prescribing brokerage service, by Treacle CIC. In doing so, he identified multiple outcomes, impacts, and benefits being created for a variety of stakeholders in public, private, and social sectors, which had a combined value of at least £1,985,068 – as well as it enhancing the sustainability and resilience of various micro enterprises offering public health services and activities.

The report, its methodology, and findings, have subsequently drawn interest and attention from international audiences, and led to requests for it to be included in future academic research agendas and programmes.

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