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…).
/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/menu-header-logo.png 0 0 Jessica Loman /wp-content/uploads/2016/04/menu-header-logo.png Jessica Loman2012-07-11 00:00:062012-08-01 09:09:33The Trouble With Impact Investing (3-part series)