The Guardian: 5 Steps to Geographically Expand your Social Enterprise

An article by Matt Towner, ICSF Consultant, featured in The Guardian about how to reproduce a successful social purpose organisation or project in a new geographical location.

At ICSF, we have just released a report called Realising the Potential for Social Replication with the Big Lottery Fund, which highlighted how social replication – reproducing a successful social purpose organisation or project in a new geographical location – can in many cases help increase your reach.

Done correctly, it can increase beneficiary numbers and impact, but also lead to improved financial efficiency, data collection, and innovation. But the path to successful geographical expansion is tough, so we spoke to organisations who had done it, and identified five key stages to consider when spreading your impact.

Read the full article published on The Guardian and find out the 5 Steps to Geographically Expand your Social Enterprise.

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