Investing for impact, where the primary goal is social impact, looks set to grow far more slowly than demand for such finance – unless we make some major changes. Chris West identifies five opportunities to tackle the mismatch.
It’s time to set the boundaries of impact investing and say 'arrivederci' to those who are failing to support genuinely new solutions to pressing social issues, argues Italy’s leading venture philanthropy pioneer.
Ever since we looked at venture philanthropy (VP) in issue three of Pioneers Post Quarterly, supporters and critics have contacted us. Here, the chair of the European Venture Philanthropy Association makes the case for.