Fish 2.0: A Competition That Connects Investors With Sustainable Seafood Businesses
Monday, August 5, 2013
A new breed of investors is starting to shape business growth across the globe. These impact investors, as they are often called, look to put money into businesses that generate strong financial returns as well as environmental or social benefits.
In the past decade alone, impact investors poured millions of dollars into new innovations, helping grow businesses like Stonyfield Farms, Zipcar, and Grameen Bank. These companies, in turn, help shift the way business is done in their fields. But despite their strong interests in healthy food, the environment, and local community growth, impact investors have made very few investments in sustainable seafood.
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