Tech investors are turning to impact — what are they teaching the social impact sector?

As more investors in the tech sector get into impact investing, a knowledge exchange is taking place that could transform both tech and impact

Why It Matters

With a background in the technology sector, tech investors could help to scale social impact solutions quickly, and offer new ideas and tools to transform social impact organisations. In turn, however, long standing social impact investors have a thing or two to teach tech in achieving meaningful impact. This could transform the social impact sector.

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