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I am thrilled to announce that the Impact Angel Group is going to become a part of Investors’ Circle (IC), the largest and most active early-stage impact investing network in the world. This change will connect our nearly 50 Impact … Continue reading →
There has been a lot of talk about the definition and theory of impact investing, but how does one actually become an impact investor? Join us in Boulder on 5/21 to find out!! Click here to REGISTER For blog readers, use … Continue reading →
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Today we have a guest post from one of our favorite entrepreneurs, Leslie Kimerling, co-founder and CEO of Double Helix LLC, a nano-optics company bringing 3D and super-resolution imaging technologies to the bioscience and advanced industries markets. Leslie attended a … Continue reading →
The Impact Angel Group has been doing a lot of thinking about this thing called “impact”. What is the impact that we want the group to have going forward? How narrowly defined and focused on impact do we want our … Continue reading →
The Impact Angel Group is searching for marketing talent to refer to our promising entrepreneurs. We are especially looking for people/firms who are willing to work for equity and deferred compensation, but have a few paid opportunities as well. Opportunities … Continue reading →
I attended the Impact Investing Collaboratory in Boulder last week and the keynote speaker was Kimbal Musk — serial entrepreneur (first company Zip2, was acquired by Compaq in 1999) and investor/advisor in companies like PayPal (acquired by Ebay), Tesla Motors (Publicly listed: … Continue reading →