Sustainable business models: Avoiding an ‘annual cycle of finger-crossing’

Popular grant funding body, Big Lottery Fund, have set up a website, Your Voice Our Vision, to stimulate discussion about how they’re going to spend £4billion between 2015 and 2021. They’ve been asking various people to chip in with blog posts on how they view the current and future funding situation for civil society/the voluntary sector/VCSEs (delete or replace entirely according to preference). Here’s my contribution:

… As Managing Director of a small social enterprise and, until recently, vice chair of my local CVS, I’ve observed many different attempts to answer the question of what to do when the money runs out. Understandably given the pressure of the situation, many of them aren’t very well thought through...” – full blog here.

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