CCTP006: The Future Of Social Enterprise Funding

with ComCap16 Panelists

CCTP006: The Future of Social Enterprise Funding

with ComCap16 Panelists

The Future Of Social Enterprise Funding

In this episode of ComCap The Podcast, we revisit the 2016 ComCap conference session “The Future of Social Enterprise Funding”.  A social enterprise is an organization or initiative that marries the social mission of a non-profit or government program with the market-driven approach of a business. This panel discussion focuses on the emerging tools that are helping social enterprises secure capital, and on the flipside, how some cities and demographics are divesting from Wall St. looking to invest elsewhere.

 

In this episode you’ll learn:

  • How mission and money mesh in a social enterprise
  • How city commissions are formed to divest from corporations with destructive practices
  • How Oregon’s Intrastate Crowdfunding law is helping to fund social enterprise
  • How Supportland was formed, and their mission to help small business compete
  • The challenges of funding social enterprises

This idea of taking investment decisions out of the fucking boardroom and making them human scale, we can do it with the CPO but we also need to be doing it for our institutions

Katrina Scotto di Carlo

Provocateur 

Kristin Wolff, Thinkers and Doers

Guests

Katrina Scotto Di Carlo, Supportland

Lisa Ramirez, Two Tongues

Kate Kilberg, Catalyst Law

Are you in?

Meet us at ComCap17 in Monterey, CA

Interested in bringing capital back to your community?

Are you in?

Meet us at ComCap17 in Monterey, CA

Interested in bringing capital back to your community?