A study reveals that crowdfunding could encourage future activism in the field of sustainable entrepreneurship and thus help drive global change towards sustainability.
The unique relational nature of entrepreneurial finance may make it highly susceptible to such a shock owing to the need for face-to-face interaction between investors and entrepreneurs.
Entrepreneurs who access equity crowdfunding are more likely to fail.
"Systemic shifts require collective intent - something that is still scarce in business communities across the globe. The COVID-19 pandemic has suddenly changed that, and has created the necessary conditions for collective intent. The human race is at a crossroads, and the choices we make now will define future generations and their way of life."
“The economy is not a machine that can be simply turned ‘on’ and ‘off’. It is a complex system, dependent on billions of relationships that are falling apart.”
The Entrepreneurs Network
The long-term objective that we have to face up to is this: we have to develop models of collective action that work with the globality of our situation.
Many companies have put a priority on pursuing purpose in recent years. Recent research indicate that so too are entrepreneurs.
Yancey Strickler, co-founder and former CEO of crowdsourcing pioneer Kickstarter as well as the author of the book “This Could Be Our Future: A Manifesto for a More Generous World,” joins CNBC’s “Squawk Box” team to discuss why he’s all in on the crowdsourcing business model.
A new study reveals the state of the art of impact investing and who is fostering it.
Times have come for me to intensify my data collection efforts.
The history of impact investing, how impact investments are structured and the future of the sector.
United Nations Sustainable Development Goals emerges as the most common framework wihtin the Impact Investing community, a study shows.
To celebrate the beginning of the Global Entrepreneurship Week 2019, I reached out to one of the most influential global thought leaders in the entrepreneurial research field.
A new study shows what the age effect in entrepreneurship is and tries to explain why media, VCs and academia are getting the wrong side of the stick.
"The new stance of America’s most powerful CEOs is, of course, welcome. But we will have to wait and see whether it’s another publicity stunt, or whether they really mean what they say. In the meantime, we need legislative reform."Joseph Stiglitz
WIRED challenged political scientist and blockchain researcher Bettina Warburg to explain blockchain technology to 5 different people; a child, a teen, a college student, a grad student, and an expert.
Results from a study "showed that people with higher wealth were more responsive to financial arguments than moral ones. Prioritising returns is on the one hand what you’d expect from investors in general; at the same time, it’s not what you’d expect if participation in sustainable finance were driven by a charitable impulse."Source: FT Alphaville
However, it plays a pivotal role in business development.
A new study sheds lights on achievements and areas of development of equity crowdfunding since its inception.