We start with the social issue and work with service users, practitioners and experts to understand the problem and identify where tech can have an impact.
We co-design tools with clients to ensure that they are easy-to-use, have the right functionality and can answer the questions that matter most.
We design data models and views that combine data from a range of sources to create a holistic picture of the people we are trying to support.
We build solutions that protect data, respect privacy, and deliver clear public benefit. Our understanding of policy and operational realities enable us to use the minimum data required to generate insight.
We work closely with social organisations and government to embed our solutions into how they work. This enables their staff, from the CEO to the frontline, to get the insight they need.
We write algorithms to tackle the problems that really matter by surfacing insights that our social and public sector partners understand, trust and know how to use.
We launched Social Finance Digital Labs to harness the power of technology to help our social and public sector partners solve entrenched social problems.
Digital Labs builds analysis tool that helps local authorities better understand the care journeys of children and the cost implications of not providing preventative support. The tool has helped nine local authorities rethink their approach to supporting children on the edge of care.
Digital Labs develops an interactive decision tree tool as part of the Analyst Workbench to support Manchester and Newcastle better understand the drivers on young people being ‘not in education, employment or training’.
Digital Labs begins prototyping the Children’s Services Benchmarking Tool that will enable local authorities to easily surface operationally relevant insights and share-best practice.
Digital Labs starts co-development with three local authorities (Leeds, Havering and Southampton) to digitally-enable care leaver services to ensure young people successfully transition into adulthood.
Our data diagnostic discovery process for local and central government (e.g. DfE) enables them to better understand their data assets and identify how to best use them to inform key decisions across Early Years, Early Help, Care, Education, and NEETs.
Digital Labs develops person-centred data model to enable authorities to understand child journeys through different local services and evidence the impact of preventative support such as Early Years and Early Help.
Blair has a background in economic data analytics and is interested in using data in innovative ways to improve outcomes for young people.
Dan knows the issues. He left public policy and the States to study stats and has worked on everything from children’s services to criminal justice.
Kaj is a former astrophysicist and fintech entrepreneur who now specialises in ethical data science and data-enabled public services.
Jess studied languages at university and now wants to help develop common data models and metrics to help local authorities better speak to each other about children in care.
Adam is from Canada and has a background in healthcare and startups. He loves working with multidisciplinary teams to build great products for meaningful problems.
Marie-Alphie is searching for new insights to help us better understand Children’s Services departments and find inspiration for our next products.
Matthew is a former mathematics teacher who decided in his thirties that he wanted to build back end services for more than just the classroom.
Olly is a former mathematician and consultant. He works to turn data into the insights people need to make better decisions.
Robert is a former Treasury civil servant. He helps translate the innovative techy data stuff so commissioners can understand how it will help them achieve greater impact.
Sara has a background in Mathematics and Finance and skills in Data Science and Machine Learning. She believes in the good use of data to enable better decision processes and generate more social impact.
Toby left finance, then tech, then grantmaking before launching Social Finance and is now getting social organisations and government talking data and tech.
From Newcastle to Kenya, Ashni helps governments and non-profits find ways to better support those who need it most.
Come and work with leaders from tech, finance and government to build products that empower people to tackle entrenched social problems.
You’re the kind of person who looks around at the world and sees important, fundamental social problems that need solving. You want to use your talents to make the world a better place. You’re looking for a big new challenge.
We’re actively hiring for engineers, data scientists, product managers, user researchers, and ux designers. And we’re always excited to talk with smart people from any background who share our mission. Have a look at our current vacancies and contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org