The Oakland-based early stage venture capital firm is expanding into new impact tech and scientific domains, including artificial intelligence, data science and life sciences.
- Mumbai-born Advani is CEO of the $1 trillion asset-management arm of TIAA, the world’s largest farmland owner and an increasingly visible impact investor.
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The Amsterdam-based software company wants to minimize dirty energy use by helping businesses prioritize and balance their energy needs.
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Radicle Impact backed the Seattle-based company, which is tackling physical waste and lost value in the clothing sector with recycling technology for discarded garments.
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.