Scott Darraugh, Chief Executive of Social adVentures and Andrew Laird, Director of Mutual Ventures are leading a workshop on this topic at The Commissioning Show at Excel on Wednesday 29th June at 11.10am in the Facilitated Leaning Suite.
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With devolution in mind Social adVentures created the country’s first Health and Social Care Limited Liability Partnership (LLP). Made up of 8 social enterprises and charities the LLP has a combined £33m turnover giving the scale to compete against big players.
It’s a model that can work across the public sector across different geographies and areas of delivery and Social adventures are happy to share their journey so that others can do the same.
The Health and Wellbeing LLP has ambitious plans and has had a lot of interest from social investors – they are not only bidding for new contracts via the LLP but are raising social finance to enable them to take control of social projects such as buying property for social garden centres and community supermarkets.
So if you’re interested in –
- How you can compete in the new devolved market
- How to take control of devolution
- Making partnerships work effectively for the good of our communities
And you want to learn from organisations that have gone ahead and done it, made it work and want to share and assist others to do the same… Come and find out at this workshop.
Scott is the Chief Executive of health and wellbeing spin-out, Social adVentures. He is a leading social entrepreneur and an influential voice in the social business sector. Scott has been active in pioneering change in public health services for over 10 years and previously held the role of public health commissioner.
Over 5 years of trading, Social adVentures has diversified the business opening a series of social businesses to offset the public health contracts and become sustainable.
In 2015, with devolution in mind, Scott led on the set-up of the first Health and Wellbeing LLP in the country.
Andrew is one of the co-founders of Mutual Ventures. He comes from a policy development/strategic planning environment and his strengths lie in getting his sleeves rolled up and working directly with front line teams.
He has advised at a senior level across a huge range of public services including, adult and children’s social care, school support services, youth services and in the NHS. His particular expertise is in supporting clients to make sense of the huge range of internal and external variables that affect their service (or portfolio of services) and to distil all of this down into a clear strategy.
The format will be – Presentation followed by an in-depth Q&A.
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