For Liesel Pritzker Simmons, there’s no shortcut to raising the bar on impact investment performance.
Millennials are coming into money and want to invest it responsibly.
Lauren Cochran, Managing Director at Blue Haven Initiative, joins hosts Nick Ashburn and Sandi Hunt Live from SOCAP 2017 in San Francisco on this special edition of Dollars and Change.
Lauren is featured in Wharton Magazine's special issue, 40 Under 40: Young Alumni to Watch.
It has become apparent that startups and venture capitalists have not factored in a key asset in any company’s growth, talent and culture.
Twiga’s goal is simple: source produce from farmers at above market prices and deliver it to retailers at below market prices.
Money is not enough for impact businesses to succeed; they desperately need an answer to their human capital challenges to unlock their world-changing potential.
The opportunity to get funded by impact investors has never been better. Here is some advice for tapping the growing pool of investors like us who consider impact in our venture portfolio.
The prospect is as exhilarating as it is daunting: As much as $30 trillion is expected to pass from baby boomers to their heirs in North America over the next three or four decades, according to a report from Accenture.
As 2016 comes to an end, we want to give a shout-out to 50 influencers in the Impact Investing space—investors, intermediaries, researchers, and engaged thought leaders—who continue to share their vision about the evolution of Impact Investing and who you should be following on Twitter.
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