- “It has become clear that voluntary action is not enough,” Kresge's Aaron Seybert writes in a guest post on ImpactAlpha. “It’s time we collectively demand mandatory reporting at the local, state, and federal level as our singular focus.”
- The juxtaposition of two Opportunity Zone narratives is stark.
- Capital is finally flowing to projects in the nation’s more than 8,700 Opportunity Zones that promote inclusive development and community empowerment. In other words, impact is investable.
- Consulting firm 20 Degrees is helping stock D.C.’s Opportunity Zone investment pipeline with operating business founded and led by entrepreneurs who were previously incarcerated.
- The online marketplace for agriculture is partnering with agtech fund manager FutureFoodCo and has reportedly surveyed $245 million in potential investments.
ImpactAlpha, June 26 – A decade from now, how will we know if Opportunity Zones actually helped people? That question is on the minds of community leaders and investors nationwide, from Alabama to the corridors of power in Washington and across the pages of business journals (including ImpactAlpha’s in-depth coverage). Even if new private investments flow
- A coalition of more than 70 organizations and Opportunity Zone investors are calling on Treasury to adopt a reporting framework for investments in designated Opportunity Zones.