Some notes about the future of this blog.
“The future is in our hands as investors look with increasing interest at companies with a positive impact.”
But collaboration, education and research are pivotal to succeed.
A study reveals that crowdfunding could encourage future activism in the field of sustainable entrepreneurship and thus help drive global change towards sustainability.
United Nations Sustainable Development Goals emerges as the most common framework wihtin the Impact Investing community, a study shows.
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?
A new VC promises to boost the European impact scene by targeting deep-tech companies solving global needs.
A brand new research from Morningstar finds that most investors, across ages and genders, have clear preferences for ESG investment products.
Q&A with the founders of the ethical fashion brand Pantera Bianca, now live on Kickstarter.
The firm is using the money to install pay-as-you-go solar home systems across Kenya, Rwanda, Togo, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Mali, Senegal and Guinea.
Equity crowdfunding platforms keep on growing as Millennials start becoming the biggest investment cluster.
"The UN and social entrepreneurs alike could tap into the market of global giving with a crowdfunding model modified for the SDGs, funnelling that money to help solve today’s toughest social problems." (Oxford University's Michele Scataglini on how to close the financing gap for SDGs)
Equity crowdfunding platform OurCrowd announces 2019 Investor Summit theme.
“I do not understand why anyone would ever start a business that will not solve a key challenge.”
Called Humbition, the project is the brainchild also of Zocdoc founder Cyrus Massoumi
We live in the plasticene. While media, impact entrepreneurs and alternative finance take action, researchers call for additional scientific evidence to push down on politics.