Rebuilding Business for Society report

29 September at 1pm

This webinar will provide attendees with an opportunity to hear about the ‘Rebuilding Business for Society’ report, produced with the support of the Association for Financial Mutuals, the Building Societies Association, Co-operatives UK, the Employee Ownership Association and Social Enterprise UK. The report looks at how we can rebuild the economy with a focus on mutual forms of business ownership.


Chair:

Lord Victor Adebowale, Chair, Social Enterprise UK

Speakers:

Anneliese Dodds MP, Labour Shadow Chancellor

Baroness Nicky Morgan, Conservative, former Chair of the Treasury Select Committee

plus a practitioner panel Q&A from the supporting organisations:

The Association of Financial Mutuals (AFM) represents insurance and healthcare providers that are owned by their customers, or which are established to serve a defined community (on a not for profit basis).  Between them, mutual insurers serve around 30 million customers.

The Building Societies Association represents 43 UK building societies as well as 6 credit unions, with over 25 million members across the UK.  The BSA's objective is to push for the best outcomes for building societies and our other members from the plethora of new and changing regulation and legislation in the UK and Europe.

Co-operatives UK is a politically independent, not for profit association that unites, develops and promotes thousands of co-ops across the UK. Our members include customer owned retailers, worker owned tech startups, farmers' co-operatives and community businesses.

The Employee Ownership Association is a not for profit, politically independent organisation that represents and supports the development of the 30+bn employee ownership sector. It campaigns to influence, inspire and support UK employee ownership to become more respected, more widespread and more successful. The EOA connects its members with learning and support and works closely with them to champion the sector by sharing their stories, best practice and expertise.

Social Enterprise UK is the national membership body for social enterprise - business with a social or environmental mission.



Who should attend?

It will be of interest to everyone interested in rebuilding the economy, in business, customers and mutuality.

Timings:

The webinar will start at 1pm with two speeches of approx. 7-8 minutes, followed by Q&A. It will last no more than an hour.

Cost:

Free

Register:

Registration is via the online form.

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