The case for backing emerging and diverse fund managers, when impact reporting is a used-car-salesman trick, and end of an era for Traidcraft: the editors' view from this week's Pioneers Post newsletter.
Has this year's World Economic Forum meeting in the Swiss ski resort left us with a bitter taste, or is there something to celebrate? Plus good news from Scotland's social enterprises. The editors' view from this week's Pioneers Post newsletter.
Church of England pledges £100m to address historic slavery links; Impact Investing Institute's first CEO Sarah Gordon steps down – and SDGs under scrutiny: the editors' view from this week's Pioneers Post newsletter.
Laura Joffre reports from the GIIN Investor Summit in the Hague, where impact investors cheer the growth of the market – with a few caveats – and where busy dealmaking seems oddly undisturbed by the prospect of an imminent recession.
Certifying as a B Corp isn't easy, even for the most experienced ethical businesses. But should the bar be higher? The latest in our Awkward Questions series puts forward some important challenges. Plus, an overlooked solution to messy metrics.
Social and environmental benefits are entirely interconnected; it's time for the impact community to properly put this into practice. Plus, we explore the recent challenges facing purposeful property enterprise Dot Dot Dot.