Report: Big Society Capital gets mixed reviews in stakeholder survey
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3 Aug 2016 | David Ainsworth

Only 26 per cent of charities and social enterprises are positive about Big Society Capital’s ability to bring them more capital, according to a report published yesterday.

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Report: Big Society Capital gets mixed reviews in stakeholder survey

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