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Should we only have one Cap for everything? A Share Cap of 40%? Should we allow sweat equity for success? Let the Regulator know your thoughts, it matters to all.
If you havent received your token please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with your full CIC name.
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Added by John Mulkerrin on November 23, 2012 at 14:00 — No Comments
Please take time to complete the 2012 CIC Annual Questionnaire, its vital we continue to build a clear picture of the great work we do and the collective challenges we face.
We made a great start with the 2011 survey, but this year we will be able to produce a wider report to complement the data from the…Continue
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Interesting times eh? For me December is normally a time for hard reflection on progress made through the year and finalising targets for the next, whilst using the Christmas party season to boost my levels of cheer to compensate for the lack of sunshine. Not so this year, whilst the report on the years achievements and the plan for next years assault on the social economy is safely tucked away, the eggnog just hasn't been able to counter the chill blowing in from the wider economic crisis.…Continue
Added by John Mulkerrin on December 23, 2011 at 13:00 — No Comments
A couple of members have asked about this, thought it was easier to put online if anyone wants to comment, we're pleased suggestion 1 is in the mix. (amazing to see the growth in CICs in such a short time!)
Question 10: Do you have…Continue
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The social business and enterprise arena is often described as the fastest growing sector of the economy. It’s a nice thought if true, but just how big is it? According to government figures there are around 62,000 companies which could be described as social businesses or social enterprises in the UK. This is the figure that’s been routinely quoted for around two years. It is an impressive enough figure in…Continue
Added by John Mulkerrin on July 1, 2011 at 15:25 — No Comments
I'll be attending The Regulators technical panel on the 25th March, please add any comments on the agenda below or email me direct at email@example.com
We will be asking the Regulator to consider allowing the dividend cap to be set against the transaction price of the CIC share if it gets sold to a second party.
JMulkerrin at the CIC Forum July 2010 and powerpoint
2500 words and a powerpoint for the more enthusiastic, its as rounded a discussion as ive managed to date and a good read if you want to get a grasp of some of the background thinking.
Added by John Mulkerrin on February 16, 2011 at 17:00 — No Comments
I can imagine the headline may raise a few eyebrows, but with the VAT increase happening today I thought it made sense to raise the issue again and test the validity of such a statement. The legislation is open to any individuals/types of organisation to use to tackle particular issues, but organising information thats useful to particular stakeholder groups such as Charities must surely be encouraged, especially in these challenging times.
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Social Finance, the social investment bank co-founded by Sir Ronald, could get as much as £11.25m from the…
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Charities? They're yesterday's news, according to the charity chief executive turned social entrepreneur. Tristan Donovan finds out why
Duncan Fisher already has two charities to his name. In 1994 he co-founded Action for Conservation Through Tourism, now the Travel Foundation, which funds community projects in tourist destinations. Five years later he co-founded the Fatherhood Institute, a think tank that encourages family policy to pay more attention to…Continue
Here's an extract from the recent labour manifesto, what do we think?
The new mutualism
There is growing interest in co-operative and mutual organisations that people trust, and that have the capacity to unleash creativity and innovation, creating new jobs and services –…Continue