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Convincing a corporation to commit to real change or support an impact initiative can make a huge difference – but it’s not always easy. Top tips from Yunus Social Business, B Lab Europe and more, shared at this week's Latimpacto conference.
Brazilian historians call on impact investors to help prevent the “erasing” of history – and on corporates to lead the way towards racial equity. We report from day one of the Latimpacto annual conference in Rio de Janeiro.
Some things are a matter of personal taste, but the only way to figure out how damaging or beneficial companies are to people and planet is to put a price tag on impact. Some people have started doing it – and the findings are striking.
MY IMPACT CAREER: The Latimpacto CEO shares the ups and downs of a purpose-driven career path – from growing up amid the violence of 1980s Colombia, to corporate law, to leading a fast-growing network with staff across the continent.
He’s spent two decades building the infrastructure for venture philanthropy. As he retires at last, Doug Miller reveals what triggered his passion, why “skin in the game” matters – and why today's “1920s model” of funding needs to ramp up fast.
Latimpacto, the network for venture philanthropy in Latin America and the Caribbean, publishes first investigation into impact ecosystem, highlighting barriers and opportunities for the market's key players.