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Latin American impact, Islamic ethical economy, fixing finance

Greetings, ImpactAlpha readers! #Featured: ImpactAlpha Original In Latin America, tech is driving impact and impact is driving tech. Can impact investing in countries like Mexico, Guatemala, Colombia, Chile, Peru, Argentina and Brazil fight inequality and boost social outcomes, perhaps even more systemically than traditional development efforts? Investments in health, education, agriculture, energy and other high-impact

Navajo entrepreneurship, Ontario startups, new ImpactAssets 50, restoration investment landscape

Greetings, ImpactAlpha readers! #Featured: New Revivalists Heather Fleming: Bringing global social innovation home to the Navajo Nation. Economic development on tribal lands has long meant mostly casinos and coals mines. Heather Fleming, founder of Change Labs, want to change that to social entrepreneurship and the digital economy. A native of Tuba City, population 8,611 and

The Brief’s Big Nine: Lessons from New Revivalists, Abraaj’s Naqvi steps back, financial…

Greetings, ImpactAlpha readers! Lessons in how building companies can create pathways to prosperity.When you meet and talk with dozens of leaders working to revive entrepreneurship in cities and towns across the U.S., you’ll find some common threads. Over the last few weeks, ImpactAlpha has featured a series of profiles of these “New Revivalists,” in collaboration

Inclusive venture capital, high-growth Ethiopian businesses, India’s electric vehicle market

Greetings, ImpactAlpha readers! #Featured: New Revivalists Brian Dixon: The 34-year-old African-American VC turning inclusion into a competitive advantage. Call it the new face of venture capital. Kapor Capital is quietly building one of the youngest, most talented and most diverse teams of venture capitalists in the industry. That team includes Brian Dixon, who at 34,

The California Model, financing the missing middle, nonprofit working-capital loans, CalPERS: SDGs…

Greetings, ImpactAlpha readers! #Featured: Returns on Investment Podcast The California Model: Inclusivity and shared prosperity, or exclusivity and inequality? Take a look toward the future, and often California is already there. But when it comes to innovation hubs as drivers of job creation and shared wealth, is California the model America’s second- and third-tier cities

Rural revival, financial products for underserved populations and low-carbon solutions…

Greetings, ImpactAlpha readers! #Featured: Impact Voices Rural Arkansas powers an entrepreneurial revival on camelina and biofuels. De Witt, Arkansas, population 3,292, is similar to, and different from, many towns in southeast Arkansas, and across this country. Like many other places, it declined with the closure of local factories. Unlike many others, it is reviving itself with

The Brief’s Big Nine: Data-driven, unlocking value, low-carbon banking, economic imperatives

Greetings, ImpactAlpha readers! Many investors claim to be data-driven. Except when it comes to impact. Neither limited partners nor anybody else would let fund managers get away with saying they don’t measure the financial performance of their portfolio companies. So why do LPs give venture capitalists a pass on measuring social impact? “We have to