Interview with Belinda Thomas
The idea of ‘sustainable’ investment has been around for over two decades but it’s only been in the last few years that there’s been a shift in gear, an evolution of the concept that has enabled investors to see the idea as more than a philanthropic tool.
Investors increasingly want to do well from doing good. A growing number of them are pursuing ‘impact’ investing, a term that is used to describe for-profit investing in businesses that also have a positive social impact.
Cash is King: How founders should decide their cash runway
Triple Point’s Venture Investor, Seb Wallace, discusses one of the most important issues that ...
Surge in VCT demand calls for greater focus on investment approach
The number of people investing in venture capital trusts (VCTs) has hit the highest level in over a ...
VCTs: Addressing the hazards of early stage investing
The early years in a business’s life are often its most critical. During this time, it has to ...