EVPA Industry Surveys - A Dynamic Tool

February 21, 2018


The European Venture Philanthropy and Social Investment (VP/SI) sector is a dynamic and rapidly evolving sector, with a diversity of players supporting a growing number of organisations and companies with a societal purpose.

Since 2011, EVPA acts as the main repository of data on the VP/SI industry in Europe. In February 2018, EVPA launched its new edition of the Industry Survey and it is starting to collect data from VP/SI practitioners to describe the VP/SI space in Europe.

Now, in its sixth year, the EVPA Survey is the pre-eminent study of VP/SI, and it is a point of reference in Europe and beyond! The presence of longitudinal data allows EVPA to analyse interesting evolutions.

The purpose of the EVPA Survey is to:

  • provide independent industry statistics;
  • understand trends;
  • obtain important data on the growth and effectiveness of the VP/SI method;
  • raise awareness about VP/SI;
  • attract additional resources to the VP/SI sector;
  • explain and show the value of VP/SI to an external audience, including policy makers;
  • help respondents gain better understanding of how their practices compare to the sector average; and
  • help organisations interested in social impact first approaches get up to speed.

Thanks to the large amount of data collected through the years, the EVPA Knowledge Centre was able to develop a NEW DYNAMIC TOOL, which lets VP/SI practitioners and those interested in understanding how the VP/SI sector is evolving by playing with data in an interactive way!

Find out how the allocation of resources has changed over the years in terms of continents, countries, sectors and final beneficiaries served; and how impact measurement and management, and non-financial support practices are evolving in the VP/SI space!

Evpa Surveys Dynamic Tool

Please use the following link to share this tool: https://evpa.eu.com/knowledge-centre/publications/evpa-industry-surveys-a-dynamic-tool

The latest EVPA Survey report has been launched in November 2016, and the new report will be finalised and promoted in Autumn 2018 – stay tuned!

This article was written by

Alessia Gianoncelli Alessia Gianoncelli

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