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True and Fair is not Hard and Fast - How Good Do The Numbers Have to Be

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Numbers, particularly financial figures, can be powerful psychologically and influence decisions.

In Social Value terms, how good do the numbers need to be? Do audiences really understand what they mean and what they represent? In this session we’ll share experiences and solutions from Europe, Taiwan and Canada.

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Tim Goodspeed

A founding member of the SROI Network and an author of the Guide to SROI, Tim Goodspeed helped grow the concept of social value. He continues to sit on the Social Value Int. Methodology Committee and provides consulting through morethanoutputs.

Timothy Lambert

Timothy Lambert is a co-founders of Efiko Academy and a former associate at SI2 Fund, with experience in impact-first investment and social performance. He is also an ethics committee member of NewB, an ethical cooperative bank in Belgium.

Eliza Li

Eliza Li is the Leader of Sustainability and Climate Change Services at PwC Taiwan and oversees Taiwan’s work in relation to sustainable development & strategic planning and a wide variety of sustainability consulting services

Kim Trottier

Kim Trottier is an Associate Professor of Accounting at HEC Montréal and a board member of Social Value Canada. She is currently pursuing the usage of advanced data analytics to measure and assess corporate performance, value, and disclosure.