Blockchain: Goldman Sachs Investigates

Blockchain – everyone’s hooked, and we at i-SEN are no different! It has the potential to transform our financial service industries, and create a world which is more open, fair and accessible. But there is still quite a lot of misunderstanding about what it is, how it works, and what it will be useful for. […]

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Forbes’ 69 Ways To Be A Better Social Entrepreneur

Devin Thorpe is a self-proclaimed ‘champion of social good’. His books on using money for good, personal finance, crowdfunding and corporate social responsibility have been read over 1 million times, and draw on his experience as an investment banker, CFO, treasurer and mortgage broker. But what are his secrets for being a better social entrepreneur? […]

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Social Impact Support in London

British Government to launch a 140-million growth package for small and other community firms as well as a project of improving air quality in the capital. The aim is to create and secure jobs, build new homes and further invest in social impact projects with the help of local people, since they know their areas […]

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Millennials and Impact Investment

A recently published report from Toniic explores the relationship between millennials and impact investment. Surveys reveal the generation’s interest, but to what extent are they involved? The report seeks to provide clarity on topics including drivers of interest, challenges, and ways by which millennials can collaborate with families and advisors. Stories from ten millennials provide support, […]

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Israel Launches Social Impact Bond

In Pioneers Post’s new global social innovation round-up, it’s been announced that Social Finance Israel, in partnership with UBS,  will be launching an SIB-funded program this July aimed at tackling type 2 diabetes. The initiative is the first of its kind, and could serve as a model for similar projects in the future. Read more […]

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