The Fall 2017 edition of the Stanford Social Innovation Review published a Viewpoint by Laura Callanan, founding partner of Upstart Co-Lab.
“Impact investors have ignored the arts and culture sector at the expense of communities they seek to help.”
Capital for Creativity explains, “Today there are no dedicated investment products, funds, or strategies to help impact investors align their values and their capital with the creative economy. This does not mean impact capital is not flowing to the creative economy—it is just not doing so on purpose.”
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