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Real Deal No. 3: Getting Impact Investments Done (Buyer’s Remorse or Investor’s Delight?)

For some early-stage ventures, a small loan at the right time is more valuable than a large investment (which may take months). In the third and final installment of The Real Deal: Getting Impact Investments Done, David Bank of ImpactAlpha hosted Joe Demin and Rachel Connors of Yellow Leaf Hammocks, a social enterprise that creates livelihoods and social justice

Impact Investing: The Millennial Challenge

A growing body of literature has emerged that highlights the attitudes of millennial investors and their desire to create social impact. While these studies provide an optimistic outlook for impact investing, there is no guarantee that the attitudes we are uncovering today will transform into the investment behaviors we are hoping for tomorrow. In order