For impact investors interested in funding early-stage social enterprises, there’s a new comprehensive guide available to help develop an effective investment strategy, as well as to serve as a guide for best utilizing capital in the service of not just profits, but also social good.
The new e-guide from Toniic and Duke University’s CASE i3, is called the “E-Guide to Early-Stage Global Impact Investing”, and includes a framework based on feedback from global impact investors, as well as case studies and regional guides illustrating legal and practical challenges to global impact investing.
“This e-guide, which draws from members of the Toniic Network — a global impact investing network — as well as their peers, aims to help those with an interest in investing in early-stage impact enterprises see how this work is being done around the world. Readers can go from learning to action as global practitioners in impact investing by using the following 7-Step Framework which is articulated in detail in the e-guide.
The e-guide concludes with a series of case studies and regional guides. The case studies demonstrate, as well as complement, the 7-Step Framework with detailed, real examples of investments made by the Toniic Network and their peers. The regional guides serve as a starting point for exploring impact investing in different areas around the globe. They articulate the general strengths and weaknesses of impact investing in different global regions, and also include lists of organizations that might be of use to an interested investor.” – Toniic
Get your copy of the guide from Toniic: E-Guide to Early-Stage Global Impact Investing