The Trouble With Impact Investing (3-part series)

Studies and surveys point to huge sums poised to flow into impact investment. I find that it’s more useful to watch what people do rather than listen to what they say. And what they’re doing is . . . not that much. Startup for-profit social entrepreneurs have a hard time getting funded at all, while impact investors pile onto a very few enterprises that seem like safe bets. (The TONIIC group provides a refreshing counter-example…).

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Intellecap Impact Investment Network (I3N) signs partnership agreement with global investor network Toniic

The Intellecap Impact Investment Network (‘I3N’), India’s first network of angel investors focused on investments with high social impact announced the signing of a new partnership agreement with global impact investor network Toniic.

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The Next Generation of Philanthropy: An Interview with Jessamyn Lau (Toniic member)

As Program Leader of the innovative Peery Foundation, Jessamyn helps shape the foundation’s strategy, develops programs, strengthens the foundation’s portfolio, and supports existing grantees.

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Interview: Impact Investing, Social Enterprises, and Conscious Leadership with Charly Kleissner, co-founder of Toniic

Talking with Charly Kleissner who has had a very successful career in the high tech industry and as a result has co-founded a global impact investing network called Toniic.

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