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Socially responsible investing that produces triple bottom line results

 
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The example of venture philanthropy in Europe shows how old and new forms of practice can coexist.
By Adrienne Day | 1 Spring 2015

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  • Melissa_Bradley_headshot How can partnerships help the nonprofit sector navigate legislative hurdles, new leadership, and antiquated business models?

    Featuring Melissa Bradley
  •  Thomas Barry, founder of the Zephyr Management investment firm, on opportunities for social enterprise in Africa. Thomas Barry, founder of the Zephyr Management investment firm, discusses widespread opportunities for private equity investment in Africa.

    Featuring Thomas Barry | 1
  • Thomas Gibian, Chairman of Emerging Capital Partners on socially responsible companies and investments in Africa. Thomas Gibian, Chairman of Emerging Capital Partners, discusses the success of his organization in investing in companies across the African continent through seven funds.

    Featuring Thomas Gibian | 1
  • Lenny Mendonca discusses the role the federal budget plays in helping or hindering research, development, and private innovation.

    Featuring Lenny Mendonca

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  • This webinar is part of a two-webinar package on Advancing Women. The world is waking up to the economic power of women. A growing number of…

    Jackie VanderBrug, Sarah Kaplan, Sharon Vosmek, & Catherine Gill
  • Social Impact Bonds (SIBs) are among the newest and most promising innovations within the impact investing space. Four years after the first…

    Tracy Palandjian & Sam Schaeffer
  • Discussing how to implement the collective impact model and and stories of collective impact success.

    John Kania, Kat Allen & Marc Van Ameringen