As tech for good ventures launch and grow, investors want to see how good intentions become meaningful outcomes. So, as a founder, how do you create an impact strategy? Here we share four steps to do just that.
In a maturing tech for good ecosystem the question of impact validation is becoming increasingly important. We believe that as companies mature, so too should their impact practices. Here we share an analysis of BGV's portfolio that sheds light on whether that's the case.
Too often it's the D of Diversity & Inclusion that gets the attention. But inclusion really matters. So too does understanding 'intersectionalities'. Investors committed to investing in diverse founders need to start taking a more nuanced and contextualised approach.
In an industry rife with inequalities, investing in diverse founders requires work at every stage of the funding process. Here we share insights from the Investing in Women Code Annual Report 2022, taking a look at how the industry at large is performing. We also share BGV's data on how we're doing at reaching underrepresented founders.
Over the years we’ve written about our B Corp status and journey. In 2021 we were delighted to increase our score by a whopping 20 points from 94.7 to 114.7. This piece is the latest update in that story.
The next decade holds much promise. With that in mind, we decided it was time to give BGV a new look and feel. One that does our reputation justice, embodies our ambitions, and helps us continue to lead the charge on tech for good.
Dubbed as ‘Lifeline meets Lord of the Rings’, Betwixt takes a radically different approach to helping solve the mental health crisis. Unlike traditional mental health apps, Betwixt is an interactive smartphone game that focuses on prevention over cure.
A new batch of brilliant tech for good ventures joining our portfolio. These teams make up our Spring 2022 cohort. The solutions they’re building are diverse as ever, spanning from accessible home ownership to speech therapy. Meet them here.
Inhabit believe businesses should think about climate consciousness, the same way they think about “any other strategic pillar, whether that’s growth goals, operational efficiency, or cultivating a great culture within a workplace.”
In this Investor AMA, our monthly series showcasing investors in the tech for good ecosystem and early-stage venture capital space, Reece Chowdhry from RLC Ventures shares some insights into what VCs are looking for in founders, practical tips for how founders can make meaningful connections with investors, and discusses RLC’s unique venture pledge.