With the publication of The Sunday Times Rich List, we look at what that means in terms of impact – and not just philanthropically.
Hannah Sheath explores the Childcare Investment Readiness Fund, thinking through the opportunities for investors and childcare providers.
Suzanne Biegel challenges wealth managers to think about impact to meet the needs of clients like her, who want much more than greenwashing.
Morgan Stanley’s recent report is a challenge to the idea that doing good with money costs in terms of returns; we look at statistics on performance.
People often ask “what is a social enterprise?“; they also ask “what is social investing?”. We talk through definitions, and why there’s no impact see-saw.
Simon Evill explores an ideal deal from a business or charity looking to raise between £200k and £1m in impact investment.
As ClearlySo has grown and changed, those have been the most common questions. As the way we think about impact changes, we try to answer them.
We explore what legal structures are most appropriate for impact-focused businesses considering themselves to be “social enterprises”.