Social Capital Markets Conference 2009: A Review of Advancements, Trends & Key Participants <br />September 15th, 2009<br ...
Contents<br />1. Introduction to Social Capital Markets 2009<br />2. Enabling a Social Finance Environment <br />3. Creati...
Introduction to SoCap 2009<br />Conference title: “Intersection of Money and Meaning” <br />900+ participants representing...
Contents<br />4<br />1. Introduction to Social Capital Markets 2009<br />2. Enabling a Social Finance Environment <br />3....
Enabling a Social Finance EnvironmentEngagement with Government<br />Challenge: Government needs to play a role raising th...
Enabling a Social Finance EnvironmentEngagement with Government<br />Opportunity: Government has the ability to induce sys...
Enabling a Social Finance EnvironmentEngagement with Government<br />Leadership: The sector needs political leaders to cha...
Contents<br />1. Introduction to Social Capital Markets 2009<br />2. Enabling a Social Finance Environment <br />3. Creati...
Creating a Supply of CapitalEngagement with Mainstream Finance<br />Challenge:<br />The social capital market is not yet e...
Creating a Supply of CapitalEngagement with Mainstream Finance<br />Opportunity: Need to think about philanthropy as an in...
Creating a Supply of CapitalEngagement with Mainstream Finance<br />Leadership: A Network of multi-functional stakeholder ...
Contents<br />1. Introduction to Social Capital Markets 2009<br />2. Enabling a Social Finance Environment <br />3. Creati...
Creating Competitive DemandImpact and Outcome Measurement<br />Challenges:<br />In general, blended value organizations st...
Creating Competitive DemandImpact and Outcome Measurement<br />Opportunities: <br />Flow capital to non profits that demon...
Creating Competitive DemandImpact and Outcome Measurement<br />Leadership: <br />As impact investment increases, so does i...
Contents<br />1. Introduction to Social Capital Markets 2009<br />2. Enabling a Social Finance Environment <br />3. Creati...
Canadian Day Pre-Conference Kick-off hosted by <br />17<br />
What does this Mean for Canada?Brainstorming Opportunities <br />18<br />
What does this Mean for Canada? Key Takeaways and Next Steps<br />19<br />
For more information on Social Innovation Generation or Causeway, please contact:<br />Tim Draimin                        ...
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The Social Capital Markets conference (SoCap09) in San Francisco clearly illustrated the tremendous interest we’re seeing internationally around how “money and meaning” can come together.

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Recapping SoCap 2009: The social capital conference

  1. 1. Social Capital Markets Conference 2009: A Review of Advancements, Trends & Key Participants <br />September 15th, 2009<br />1<br />
  2. 2. Contents<br />1. Introduction to Social Capital Markets 2009<br />2. Enabling a Social Finance Environment <br />3. Creating a Supply of Capital<br />4. Creating Competitive Demand <br />2<br />5. Canadian Delegation at SoCap 2009: Key Takeaways<br />
  3. 3. Introduction to SoCap 2009<br />Conference title: “Intersection of Money and Meaning” <br />900+ participants representing 32 countries <br />40 panels and over 150 speakers<br />Roughly 50% overall participation growth since SoCap 2008<br />Diverse representation:<br />Government<br />Private/Public Foundations<br />Entrepreneurs <br />Intermediaries<br />Non Profits<br />Fortune 500 companies including banks, investments companies and various industries <br />3<br />
  4. 4. Contents<br />4<br />1. Introduction to Social Capital Markets 2009<br />2. Enabling a Social Finance Environment <br />3. Creating a Supply of Capital<br />4. Creating Competitive Demand <br />5. Canadian Delegation at SoCap 2009: Key Takeaways<br />
  5. 5. Enabling a Social Finance EnvironmentEngagement with Government<br />Challenge: Government needs to play a role raising the profile of social innovation by working with leaders to bring new architecture to the industry in order to achieve growth, continuity and uniformity <br />5<br />
  6. 6. Enabling a Social Finance EnvironmentEngagement with Government<br />Opportunity: Government has the ability to induce systemic change<br />6<br />
  7. 7. Enabling a Social Finance EnvironmentEngagement with Government<br />Leadership: The sector needs political leaders to champion social change<br />7<br />
  8. 8. Contents<br />1. Introduction to Social Capital Markets 2009<br />2. Enabling a Social Finance Environment <br />3. Creating a Supply of Capital<br />4. Creating Competitive Demand <br />8<br />5. Canadian Delegation at SoCap 2009: Key Takeaways<br />
  9. 9. Creating a Supply of CapitalEngagement with Mainstream Finance<br />Challenge:<br />The social capital market is not yet efficient. Need to tap into capital markets <br />9<br />
  10. 10. Creating a Supply of CapitalEngagement with Mainstream Finance<br />Opportunity: Need to think about philanthropy as an investment class<br />10<br />
  11. 11. Creating a Supply of CapitalEngagement with Mainstream Finance<br />Leadership: A Network of multi-functional stakeholder groups <br />11<br />
  12. 12. Contents<br />1. Introduction to Social Capital Markets 2009<br />2. Enabling a Social Finance Environment <br />3. Creating a Supply of Capital<br />4. Creating Competitive Demand <br />5. Canadian Day: Key Takeaways<br />12<br />
  13. 13. Creating Competitive DemandImpact and Outcome Measurement<br />Challenges:<br />In general, blended value organizations struggle to value their competencies and book value. This precludes investment and resources to scale projects<br />Potential Solution: Defining impact as form of business deal evaluation<br />13<br />
  14. 14. Creating Competitive DemandImpact and Outcome Measurement<br />Opportunities: <br />Flow capital to non profits that demonstrate value and effective use of investment dollars<br />Keep metrics and social analysis aligned to mission to assist investees and help investors understand their social impact<br />14<br />
  15. 15. Creating Competitive DemandImpact and Outcome Measurement<br />Leadership: <br />As impact investment increases, so does impact measurement scrutiny and fragmentation between players in the sector<br />Must set aside personal agendas for collective goals of shared vision<br />15<br />
  16. 16. Contents<br />1. Introduction to Social Capital Markets 2009<br />2. Enabling a Social Finance Environment <br />3. Creating a Supply of Capital<br />4. Creating Competitive Demand <br />5. Canadian Delegation at SoCap 2009: Key Takeaways<br />16<br />
  17. 17. Canadian Day Pre-Conference Kick-off hosted by <br />17<br />
  18. 18. What does this Mean for Canada?Brainstorming Opportunities <br />18<br />
  19. 19. What does this Mean for Canada? Key Takeaways and Next Steps<br />19<br />
  20. 20. For more information on Social Innovation Generation or Causeway, please contact:<br />Tim Draimin Adam Jagelewski<br />Executive Director, SiG Program Coordinator<br />tim@sigeneration.caadam.jagelewski@socialfinance.ca<br />20<br />

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