TSIC works with ambitious organisations and changemakers. Those that want to break silos, embrace the unknown and are keen to create systemic change in their markets. We work in a collaborative and dynamic way, helping our clients to think differently, and perform to their greatest potential. In order to create the deepest social investment, we enable our clients to hear the voices and consider the opinions of those that can shape the impact and investment that they make.
Our business is focused on 3 pillars:
Words from our clients…
The work TSIC did was invaluable. It gave Mada an independent profitability analysis as well as areas of focus. It provided the foundation upon which an informed decision could be made. Our experience with TSIC was very positive as I believe the work TSIC undertook was of high-quality and met Mada’s expectations. I will certainly recommend TSIC to others.
Head of Strategy and PMO Manager, Mada (Qatar Assistive Technology Centre)
There are few organisations that have such a deep understanding of social impact measurement. Through our Good Kitchen programme, Bonnie and her team engagingly and meticulously guided five social businesses through how to measure the difference they were making and why it was important. With a heap of relevant case studies, well-prepared workshops and follow-on activities, it’s fair to say that it fundamentally changed how we thought about and conducted social impact measurement.
Former CEO, KellyDeli Foundation
Through taking part in The Charities Intrapreneurship Programme, we have gained confidence around generating and putting forward ideas, an understanding of the wider market place, and an understanding of how to go about feasibility studies and client research. We also gained lots of great feedback and ideas.
Senior Programme Manager, Inspire!
Over the past 10 years, we asked our clients how we performed. Here is a summarised snapshot.
We work with organisations to understand, achieve and maximise their objectives and outcomes. Drawing on our breadth of experience and foresight, we look at social investment to energise and leverage for your organisation’s best advantage.
Impact assessment and evaluation
Corporate impact advisory
Business model adaptation and social enterprise development
Social investment strategy
Investment readiness and enterprise support
Digital and technology for transformation
Navigate gender and diversity capabilities
We provide practical solutions for organisations that want to be part of a wider movement for change.
Our Unlock methodology helps organisations utilise their assets and strengths in order to drive commercial revenue.
With funding from Esmee Fairbairn Foundation, we have created an initial prototype for a web platform which can be accessed here:
We are currently scoping interest from organisations to fully develop the platform.
Working with SPRING Accelerator, we have also produced a web-based Investor Toolkit with a focus on girls and young women. Visit it here.
We build bespoke consultancy and advisory based on these solutions, and provide quality training workshops. Ideas on solutions that you need? Get in touch.
We deliver high quality, in-depth research to mobilise action-orientated approaches, insights and collaboration, to drive social change. We deliver through first-hand experiences, professional and academic expertise.
Our reports draw on quantitative and qualitative methodologies to help organisations shape their understanding of complex issues, communicate findings to their stakeholders, and engage with policy debates.
Examples of insights report:
The City of London Corporation to scope potential new sources of capital for the UK social investment market. Read more here.
Minority Supplier Development UK to identify ways to promote inclusive procurement, launched in House of Lords in October 2014 and received nationwide coverage. Read more here.
SPRING Accelerator to produce a comprehensive report on investing with a focus on girls and young women in emerging markets, and on specific needs, challenges and opportunities in five sectors. Read more here.