“This of SyndicateRoom is actually a big story for the alternative finance industry not only because it marks a big shift, but also because it raises a question about its sustainability in the long run.”
“I am convinced that we will come out of these changes as a real powerhouse in our industry,” Lasse Mäkelä says.
How will last crowdfunding growth in the UK?
Parasite wins. “Hooray for the good taste of Hollywood,” The Guardian Writes.
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.
This company promises to fight climate change through the use of technology to rapidly accelerate the rate of tree planting and ecological restoration on a planetary scale.
Bill Drayton, founder and CEO of Ashoka, literally coined the term “social entrepreneur” when he founded the nonprofit back in 1980, almost 40 years ago. He also decided that changemaker was one word and not two, something the Oxford dictionary now recognizes (though Webster’s does not, to the Drayton’s consternation). Drayton says, “We all sense that society is at a profound, indeed historic turning point.”
European Parliament reached a deal on EU-wide rules to help crowdfunding.
SMEs are no longer limited to using a traditional high street bank.
Playfinder, one of London’s fastest growing sports startups, has just successfully raise more than £700k to boost sport access in the UK.
Nine in ten Generation Z consumers believe that companies have a responsibility to address environmental and social issues. What are the implications for all of us?
Why lack of diversity in entrepreneurship is bad for innovation.
The latest findings by Politecnico of Milan.
The online markeplace connects publicly-listed companies with retail investors.
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.
A new report measures the success of UK universities in converting research into successful companies.