Social impact

  • CAN³ Sprint Hack

    The tool enables SESOs to facilitate one-hour sessions based around a specific theme for organisations to source tips, solutions, or avenues to explore in relation to a particular burning issue that they are having.

  • COPSE readiness questions

    Around Europe there is an increasing demand for social impact at scale, from funders, from intermediaires and from social enterprises themselves. But how to asses a social enterprises’ readiness to scale?
    We’ve developed some questions for SESOs that will help you engage in a readiness conversation, especially focused on internationalisation. For COPSE members, this is also a great way of assessing if it is worth engaging with the COPSE connector service.

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    COPSE collective impact indicators

    These KPIS are designed to capture the value created by the SESO (Social Enterprise Support Organisation) and the impact it has on its beneficiary; the SE (Social Enterprise). It it NOT designed to capture the impact created by the SE. The detail gathered will be aggregated for all COPSE members. Please refer to the COPSE survey for a full list of question you can use to survey impact of your SEs. NB: these KPIs are work in progress and might evolve over time. Any comments are welcome, email: info [at] or lw [at]

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    I2E Inventing Green Tool

    The Idea2Entrepreneur Inventing Green Tool is an online self-assessment, which will help you identify areas where you can improve your social enterprise’s environmental practices.

    Operating a green business helps our environment and makes business sense. By introducing environmental management practices and reducing your negative impact, your social enterprise can profit from cost savings through efficiency and productivity gains.


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    Online course: “Social Impact Strategy: Tools for Entrepreneurs and Innovators”

    Online course: “Social Impact Strategy: Tools for Entrepreneurs and Innovators”
    Created by: University of Pennsylvania
    Taught by: Peter Frumkin, Professor – Nonprofit Leadership Program, School of Social Policy & Practice
    Level: Beginner
    Commitment: 4 weeks of study, 2-4 hours/week
    Language: English

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    The COPSE client satisfaction survey

    We’ve developed a standardised social enterprise satisfaction survey that you can use to survey your clients and beneficiaries. We hope this proves useful.