Finding the holy grail in Budapest?

Caroline Hartnell

Why does a venture capitalist back into a room? Because he wants to see the exit before going in? Is the move from venture capitalism to venture philanthropy the answer to the problem of non-profit sustainability? No, but perhaps an answer. The Nonprofit Enterprise and Self-sustainability Team (NESsT), the organizers of the first-ever International Venture Philanthropy Forum in Budapest in October, see venture philanthropy as complementing rather than replacing more traditional grantmaking.

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US companies embrace CSR as ‘soul of the corporation’

Amanda Blakeley