Lessons Learned from Canada's Top Impact Investing Platform

SVX, the impact investing platform for ventures, is the entry point for those interested in social and financial returns. What have we learned thus far about impact investing? We ask SVX founder Adam Spence

Why It Matters

Impact investing and social finance aren't sustainable with government funding or philanthropic capital alone. There is a continued amount of work that the social change community across Canada needs to do to convene and convince mainstream private sector players of its value.

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