Daniel Brewer is CEO of Resonance, where he leads the growing team supporting social enterprises and charities prepare for investment in a variety of transactions including real estate acquisition and development, community share issues and direct venture capital investments. He has seen the company flourish as it has created demand-led, impact investment funds.
Daniel founded Resonance in 2002 having spent several years in manufacturing as an engineer and leading a political lobbying campaign on the UK poverty trap.
Outside work Daniel is a non-exec of a small number of high impact social enterprises and sits on the investment committee for a leading impact investor foundation.
Providing non-financial support is core to investing for impact. But what does that mean in practice, and how much help can a small investment team realistically offer? The head of UK social investor Resonance takes us behind the scenes.
Measuring and managing social impact is a fundamental characteristic of any investor for impact. But what does that mean in practice? Daniel Brewer, head of UK social investment firm Resonance, takes us behind the scenes.