Tumelo’s mission is to give transparency and influence to people who want their money to have a positive impact. Tuemlo believes that impact investing has the power to contribute to the well-being of people and the planet. They are looking for introductions to any pension provider firms or retail investors.
Bippit is addressing the issue of financial inclusion. Their ground-breaking platform gives millions of young adults in the UK access to personalised, financial advice, helping them to improve their financial situation. Bippit is looking for introductions to investors and large-scale employers interested in delivering free financial advice to their workforce.
Smart Purse wants to build the world’s most sought after financial tool kit for women. They want to give women the confidence to talk, understand and feel good about money, in turn providing them with financial freedom and protection. Smart Purse is looking for introductions to investors and corporate partners.
Bighous is tackling homelessness by providing better and affordable housing to every disadvantaged group in the UK. They aim to ensure that the most vulnerable in society have a home and also receive a high standard of living conditions. Bighous want you to spread the word about their work.
The Inclusive Economy Partnership has launched a new scale-up programme, BOOST. The programme supports social innovators driving change in three social challenges: transition to work, mental health and financial inclusion and capability.
An interview with Solveiga Pakštaitė, the Founder and Director of Mimica Touch. Mimica Touch is a biologically accurate food spoilage indicator that reduces food waste and improved food safety.
This week we profiled Bippit and Smart Purse, which are two startups using technology to transform how people can access money, financial information and services.
The final of our Impact Investing Interview series is with Chris Sheldrick, the CEO and Co-founder of what3words. what3words is the simplest way to talk about location. It has divided the world into 3m x 3m squares, each with a unique 3 word address.
In the first of our Impact Investing Series, we interviewed Danny Witter, CEO and Co-Founder of Work For Good, to find out more about the business.