轉寄︰ Exclusive: Twitter tips for non-profits

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主題︰ Exclusive: Twitter tips for non-profits

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Happy social enterprise day one and all.

This week on LIVEWIRE:
  • An exclusive video from Twitter’s Claire Diaz-Ortiz on how to use social media
  • The latest leaps and bounds made to bring retail investment £s into the social investment market
  • Top legal advice on how social enterprises should structure themselves to get investment.
Millions of pounds are poised to enter the social enterprise marketplace, but there are still many barriers to overcome before a functional marketplace emerges. To the list of investment readiness, investor readiness, over-regulation, under-regulation and deal flow you can now add legal structures.
Social enterprises have a straight choice between non-profit distributing forms (which are no use to investors) or corporate structures that don’t have the tax breaks of charities. 
What’s a social enterprise to do? Find out in the video below or come along to Good Deals, our social investment conference to get their best social investment advice par excellance.
We’re just two weeks out now and there are only a handful of tickets left. Book now before it’s too late.
Thanks for reading.
Good Deals, the UK’s leading social investment conference returns on 28 and 29 November. We’re connecting social entrepreneurs, investors, intermediaries and multi-nationals business, to get good deals done. Book your ticket now to come along.
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