Resonance, a relatively small social investment company, may be a new name to many readers but in just a matter of months it has become a significant new player in what it calls social impact funding in the West Midlands.
Using an already proven model that takes advantage of social investment tax relief (SITR), Resonance chose the West Midlands to as the site for its second impact fund. The fund opened for business in February. The West Midlands was chosen specifically because of its potential and its large existing base of social enterprises and social mission organisations.
The aim of the fund is to support local social enterprises that are tackling poverty and disadvantage in the region.
Our mission is to connect capital and social enterprise — Resonance
To celebrate the launch of the fund and promote its achievements to date, Resonance is holding a briefing session in central Birmingham on Thursday 19th April 2018 from 5.30pm-8.00pm at the studio, 7 Cannon Street, Birmingham B2 5EP. The event will bring together a range of investors, social enterprises and others from the sector across the region to mark this key milestone for social investment in the West Midlands.
→ You can REGISTER HERE.
→ Watch a short video about Resonance HERE.