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Shut up, ask questions and embrace the struggle: Jed Emerson’s plea to impact investors

Impact investing has become obsessed with metrics, strategy and tactics – but we’re barking up the wrong tree entirely, says Jed Emerson: instead of arguing about the ‘how’, we need to explore the ‘why’. Jed Emerson has never been afraid to tell it like it is. Now, after 30-odd years of exploring impact and purpose-driven capital – and eight books later – he believes ...


Does B Corp Work for Multinationals and Publicly Traded Companies?

Large companies, including multinationals and publicly traded companies, have many opportunities to take part in the growing B Economy. Some of these pathways include becoming a Certified B Corporation, incorporating as a benefit corporation, helping promote the movement to others, and using the B Impact Assessment and/or B Analytics to encourage key stakeholders to improve their social and env...


Investing In Small Business and Big Ideas: Pacific Community Ventures 2018 Social Impact

Too many people are struggling to make ends meet because they haven’t been given a fair chance. In 2018 the unemployment rate dropped to a 17-year low, yet almost half of American workers are stuck in low-wage jobs; the number of new small businesses is at rock bottom; and race or where you’re born are the biggest factors for financial success in life. These challenges are key drivers behind...


Regulation Crowdfunding Turns Three!

Regulation Crowdfunding, the law that ushered in mainstream crowdinvesting, turns three today. And while it might not be growing by audacious leaps and bounds, it’s not a slacker, by any means. Regulation Crowdfunding, a centerpiece of the 2012 JOBS Act also known as Title III, allows small businesses and startups to raise up to $1.07 million from everyday investors. Before the JOBS Act, such...


ComCap19 – Community Capital Conference

ComCap19, presented by the National Coalition for Community Capital (NC3), offers a unique educational and networking opportunity for all those working toward equitable, resilient, and engaged communities. Join community leaders, ecosystem builders, entrepreneurs, investors, citizens, and practitioners from across the country to share community capital models, mechanisms, and best practices to...


Tim Nash’s sustainable stock showdown: Uber vs. Lyft

Not owning a car is one of the best financial decisions I’ve ever made. Car payments, insurance, parking, repairs, etc. would add about a thousand dollars to my monthly budget. I’m fortunate to live in a big city, so it’s way easier for me to bike, take transit, and use ride-hailing apps like Uber and Lyft  to get around town (especially in nasty weather). But not everyone sees ride-hailing...


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