We’ve used the IMP framework and its impact classes to classify the impact of a public-equity fund. Here’s how we did it.
From plastic to textiles, from mental health to artificial intelligence, witnessing the key role of social innovation in transforming systems
Gracias al programa pro bono “Recetas para el impacto”, 14 consultores de Stone Soup dedican 50 horas de trabajo voluntario a apoyar a 7 organizaciones sociales
Our report title aimed to help bring the conversation back to where we feel we should be. That is: on the authenticity of impact reporting and on the honesty of the intentions behind it.
We launch the second edition of our Recipes for Impact pro bono programme. This year, 15 Stone Soup consultants will support small organisations and social businesses that have a specific focus on defending and promoting human rights in the world.
Public equity markets still had in 2020 a 100 times larger capitalization than impact investing, meaning investing in companies that are not just profitable but also driven by environmental, sustainable and social impact.