- Iroquois Valley is the latest firm to open up once-exclusive impact investments to everyday investors, who have had limited opportunities to make investments that leave a positive mark on the world.
The Lexington, Kentucky-based company’s non-toxic, refillable direct-to-consumer cleaning products cut down on packaging and transport.
- Another everyday staple is under scrutiny.
- On the eve of tonight’s debate in Houston among Democratic presidential contenders, some pundits said attacks on Warren as an anti-Wall Street crusader are helpful fodder for her campaign’s future advertising. But what if Warren’s policies are actually pro-business?
Since it was formed in 2016, the unit has invested over $1.4 billion to assemble 1 gigawatt of distributed solar assets.
- The Vancouver-based company's Series B was led by two ag-focused funders: new investor Ospraie Ag Science and returning investor Seed2Growth (“S2G”) Ventures.
The program is designed to help participants overcome barriers commonly faced by founders of color, such as racial bias in fundraising and operating in “entrepreneurial deserts.”