By Katie Powers The Social Enterprise Institute kicked off the Spring 2018 Speaker Series with Miguel Granier, founder and managing director of Invested Development (ID) based in Boston. Founded in 2009, ID invests in early-stageContinue reading
By Anastacia Villis It is no secret that 80% of humanity lives on less than ten dollars a day. It is no secret that the underdeveloped world keeps falling deeper into a cycle of povertyContinue reading
by Professor Dennis Shaughnessy Kapor Capital based in Oakland, CA represents a new kind of venture capital firm, and one that we think is very much needed to address the problems of economic inequality inContinue reading
Traditional businesses find a path to financial sustainability by growing their revenue, improving their gross and operating margins, increasing their free cash flow, efficiently managing both capital expenditures and working capital, and building their asset base. Achieving these financial performance indicators typically result in easy access to financing and higher stock prices.
Not more than three years out of college, Myles Lutheran already has had a number of exciting opportunities in the Social Enterprise sector, not the least of which includes his current placement in Kenya with a developing social enterprise.