The team at Return on Change, an online crowd investing platform, created this investing infographic for those who are considering becoming an angel investor.
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From their blog post:
"Although we encourage and want everyone to have the opportunity to make a difference to an aspiring entrepreneur, we here at Return on Change know that investing in startups is not for everyone. There is no, one logically way to think about making early stage investments, but we’ve tried to lay out the basics for which we ...
To help navigate this opportunity, the Toniic Institute—in collaboration with Duke University’s CASE i3—has released a first-of-its-kind online primer, the “E-Guide to Early-Stage Global Impact Investing.” Production of the guide was made possible by a grant from The Rockefeller Foundation.
“Our members view early-stage impact investing as a critical pillar in a holistic investment strategy. Yet no guides currently exist for new or potential investors,” said Stephanie Cohn Rupp, CEO of Toniic, a global network of impact investors in more than 20 ...
On Thursday, 28 November, Impact Invest Scandinavia hosted a seminar at the Innventia Auditorium in Stockholm entitled, Innovative Financial Solutions to Increase Investment in Social and Ecological Business. We heard perspectives from UK and Swedish representatives in finance, government, and ...
Innovative Financial Solutions to increase investment in social and ecological business
Impact Invest Scandinavia’s next event will be an open seminar for investors, business angels and policy makers on the subject of innovative approaches to investing in sustainable business. We will hear perspectives from UK and Swedish representatives in finance, government, and academia.
Date: Thursday, 28 November 2013
Location: Innventia Auditorium, Drottning Kristinas väg 61, Stockholm (KTH Campus)
To register: Reply no later than Friday 22 November...