Andy Mahon
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Social Value Act: going beyond first base

2 Mar 2015 | Finance | Andy Mahon

In a comprehensive review of the first two years of the Social Value Act, Andy Mahon says progress has been made, but there is much more still to do.

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Social Value Act: going beyond first base

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