The food industry has changed rapidly during the last 10 years. Many elements triggered this change - like open-minded entrepreneurs and the influx of money to this sector.
In this episode of the Founding Impact Podcast, Kasia and Maciej talk with Michael Fairbairn. He’s a partner and founder at 8 Dimension Ventures - a leading impact Health & Wellness fund investing in companies that have the potential to make an impact on people’s lives and world health.
This episode's guest is Katrin Häuser - the CEO and co-founder of TheGreenSpring. Her company combines business and sustainability expertise with a hands-on approach.
Have you ever heard of the steward ownership model?
The number of impact-focused ventures in the European market is growing rapidly. It’s an indicator of growing awareness of global problems.
“We can’t build a world that values women equally if women aren’t a bigger part of the building.”
If any European country can be considered as a startup super-factory, then it’s definitely Estonia. With growing awareness and more and more companies turning green, it has a great foundation for an impact-driven startup ecosystem.
A few years back, Romania wasn’t the primary destination for impact investors looking for interesting projects so far, but it’s changing now.
Water is one of the Earth’s priceless resources and, being involved in almost every aspect of our lives, it’s the foundation of the world’s economy.
The most common sources of funding for startups are venture capital and private investors. There is, however, one more very interesting alternative source. It’s the public sector.