The Scotiabank Women Initiative is prioritizing equality by making change happen for women entrepreneurs. We launched the program on December 5, 2018, and on September 25, 2019, the program announced it will allocate $3 billion in funding to women-led business in Canada over its first three years.
Growing momentum for sustainable finance as world leaders meet for UN General Assembly
UNITED NATIONS, September 27, 2019 /3BL Media/— The United Nations Global Compact has launched the first network for Chief Financial Officers focused on advancing the Sustainable Development Goals through corporate strategy and investments.
Financial stability for individuals and families is a key factor underpinning achievement of many of the Sustainable Development Goals including SDGs 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 10.
For those living without financial stability, the absence of the essential habits to get on the path to financial stability can be the biggest barrier to success. The road to financial empowerment includes personal financial skills development through example and experience.
Ari Lehavi, Executive Director at Moody’s Analytics, spoke on a panel at Aspen Network of Developing Entrepreneurs’ (ANDE’s) annual conference in September, on ways to support small and growing businesses in emerging markets.
ANDE’s conferences and convenings bring together investors, capacity development providers, foundations, banks, corporations, DFIs and research institutions focused on helping small and growing businesses.
September 24, 2019 /3BL Media/ We welcome you to join Ceres as we mark our 30th anniversary on Monday, October 21 in New York City with a special celebration and sustainably-sourced dinner at Pier Sixty. You'll hear from distinguished honorees and gain exclusive access to some of the most influential investor, corporate and capital market leaders.
Words are empty unless they are followed by deeds. We need to keep this in mind as investors, business leaders and other stakeholders parse a much-ballyhooed “The Purpose of a Corporation” statement released last week by more than 180 chief executive officers of major U.S. corporations.
Non-profits know that producing outcomes is key to securing meaningful partner support and funding. Even when the non-profit gets results, many struggle to provide a clear picture of the positive impact they create.
Limited data expertise, staff resources and inadequate data management tools are primary challenges to valid and clear outcomes reporting. Another more vexing challenge is the fact that most non-profit professionals, along with their boards, partners and funders, are not trained in interpreting program data.