How to Measure the Impact of Impact Investing
Enhanced Capital's Michael Korengold offers advice on using data to make an impact.
Impact investing has the potential to drive meaningful change in the communities that need it most. Whether through revitalization neighborhoods, supporting minority- and women-owned small businesses, or promoting environmental sustainability, the world of impact investing can be a greenfield of opportunity for investors looking to make a difference.
Yet understanding how to quantify the impact of impact investing is a challenge, and may drive some investors away. In this episode of GrowthTV, Michael Korengold, CEO and founder of Enhanced Capital, pulls from his decades of experience in impact investing to offer advice for a taking a measured, data-driven approach.
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