This is a six-part framework for action, from enabling reforms on public services and localism to setting up the Big Society Bank.

  • More open and localised public services will rely on and create opportunities for social ventures
  • Social investment benefits from appropriate tax incentives
  • The right business environment is vital to social ventures
  • Social ventures need support to improve their investment readiness and their business capability
  • Better market infrastructure will help social investment to grow
  • Financing and Championing

Finally, these actions will help acceleration of the social investment market's development.

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