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IMPACT INVESTING

An Insider’s Look Back at the Evolution of Microfinance (with Lessons for Today’s Impact Investors) on Money + Meaning

The evolution of microfinance from radical idea to global industry was surprisingly fast, sometimes messy, and filled with successes and failures. Despite numerous challenges, microfinance grew into a global industry that has helped lift millions of people out of poverty. As impact investing continues to move into the mainstream, what can the industry learn from the early days of microfinance?

The Future of Work: Impact Investors on Workforce Development Solutions for the Age of Automation

Though no one can predict exactly how automation, robotics, and other emerging technologies will shape the future of work, we can be sure that workers will need to be able to quickly learn new skills in order to compete. Each panelist shares their unique approach to investing in the future of work, data and trends that are driving their strategies, and the solutions they are investing in to help ensure that workers are not left behind.

Same As It Ever Was

A SOCAP Guest Post By Jed Emerson of Blended Value and Laura Callanan of Upstart Co-Lab Some may think investing has always been only about making money. But until the…

SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Socially Conscious Gift Guide 2019

Choosing holiday gifts that create social impact will do so much more than bring joy to the people who receive your presents. This holiday season, choose to support social ventures…

INTERVIEWS

Real Money Moves: A SOCAP Conversation on Private Prisons, Celebrity Influence, & Impact Investing With Morgan Simon and Derrick Morgan

Real Money Moves’ influence campaigns are supported by celebrities such as cast members of Orange is the New Black, Natalie Portman, and NFL player Derrick Morgan. Morgan, the recently retired linebacker from the Tennessee Titans, has become a prominent impact investor. Shortly before announcing his retirement from the NFL, Morgan established the KNGDM Impact Fund which is raising $50 million to invest in real estate and operating businesses in marginalized communities that have been designated as Opportunity Zones.

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Same As It Ever Was

A SOCAP Guest Post By Jed Emerson of Blended Value and Laura Callanan of Upstart Co-Lab Some may think investing has always been only about making money. But until the…

Indigenous @ SOCAP19

A SOCAP Guest post by Christine Nobiss, Decolonizer, Seeding Sovereignty “Goods and the earth are not equal. Goods are for using on the earth. I do not know where they…

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