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We operate at the intersection of the for- and non-profit worlds
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    Corporations 

    How do we leverage our business for social impact?

    Using the TSIC Fuse methodology, we helped an international mobile services company identify how to leverage its core technology to support disadvantaged communities. > Read more...

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    Social Businesses 

    How do we attract social investors?

    TSIC incubated an award-winning educational social business through successful corporate partnership and social investor engagement, transforming the organisation’s income. > Read more...

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    Philanthropists 

    How do we maximise the impact of our giving?

    TSIC helped a new UK foundation develop its strategy for supporting microfinance projects, assessing the market for innovative programmes, funding gaps and credible partners. > Read more...

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    Charities 

    How do we start generating trading income?

    Using the TSIC Unlock methodology, we worked with a UK legal advice charity to assess the profitability of different trading income opportunities. > Read more...

The Social Investment Consultancy

The Social Investment Consultancy (TSIC) is an international consulting firm using the latest models of social enterprise, revenue generation, impact investment and venture philanthropy to help businesses, charities and philanthropists maximise their impact.

We believe in risk and evidence in equal measure, and think that doing good can reinforce — rather than compromise — ways of generating profits and creating long-term shareholder value.