Five rules of the road from a seed-stage investor in financial technology for the underserved.
How the law can help social entrepreneurs and mission-committed investors build trust around their commitment to social good.
NeighborWorks America, a 40-year-old congressionally chartered nonprofit, redefined its relationship with its grantees to build a learning lab for innovation.
As government and philanthropic funding becomes unpredictable and markets evolve, some nonprofits can succeed with social enterprise. An innovative NeighborWorks America program shows them how to do it.
Changing the paradigm for marketing and service delivery.
NeighborWorks’ courses on homeownership and support services empowered these people to buy their own homes and transform their lives.
Mobile technology-driven solutions that aim to create social impact need to invest in customer-centric development and user training.
Activating the entrepreneurial mindset in young people is critical to their future success and breaking down structural inequities in communities.
Seven lessons for walking the tight rope between social welfare and business.
Humanitarian assistance relies on a charity model of providing immediate relief in emergency situations. But once the emergency has passed, other approaches might better deliver services in a market-driven, customer-centric way.