- “It’s all about the stories,” said Jussi Nykänen of Finland’s FIM Impact Investing. “I’m here to hear about the lessons others are learning.”
The Hague-based impact investing firm is looking to raise €20 million to back Dutch software companies with a social mission.
Soil Scout’s sensors are unique from other soil monitoring devices because they sit below ground while still communicating with wireless networks.
The Feelsgood Fund, Croatia's third venture capital fund, will invest in startups addressing financial inclusion, agriculture and farming, the circular economy, education and healthcare.
The Amsterdam-based software company wants to minimize dirty energy use by helping businesses prioritize and balance their energy needs.
BNP Paribas, ABN Amro and Rabobank are helping coffee giant Neumann Kaffee Gruppe expand its smallholder farmers' financing and support initiative, NKG BLOOM, with a $25 million loan.
The European bank will ramp up investments in energy infrastructure, food and agriculture systems, and water conservation strategies across Southern and Eastern Europe, Central Asia and the Mediterranean.