TheCrowdCafe weekly – Getting Smart on Payment Solutions for Crowdinvesting Markets

TheCrowdCafe weekly • March 16th, 2014 • Happy Sunday, All! Welcome to our Weekly Review. Each week I curate the top investment crowdfunding news from around the web. My promise to you: quality over quantity, always. You can subscribe here. From The Cafe Getting Smart on Payment Solutions for Crowdinvesting Markets Great insights …

The Crowd Cafe: The Rise of Meaningful Investing

  Don’t hesitate to get in touch! [email protected] The Rise of Meaningful Investing Jonathan Sandlund |View Original Post|   Crowdinvesting is the byproduct of two strands of disruption: technical and cultural.  We explored the technical disruption in the first part of this series. Specifically looking at low-end disruption, a pattern codified by Clayton …

WIRED Money: A unique opportunity to meet those reinventing and reimagining the financial sector

A unique opportunity to meet those reinventing and reimagining the financial sector A conference in partnership with @TheFinanceLab Join us at the WIRED Money conference on July 1 and listen to the world’s finest minds transforming the most disruptive sector of 2013: money, banking and finance.   The Finance Innovation Lab 10% DISCOUNT Enter …

Republicans Revolt as Arizona’s Utility Proposes Cut in Solar Programs – GTM Daily Newsletter

  LATEST NEWS: Reality Check: Renewables Aren’t Yet Cleaning Up the Global Energy System  Stephen Lacey – April 18, 2013 Looking for a reason to be cynical? You’ve found it. Facebook Goes Real-Time With Data Center Efficiency Stats  Jeff St. John – April 18, 2013 Up-to-the-minute data center PUE and …

NSFM participants in action: Raj Thamotheram and John Fullerton on the biggest mistakes of the financial crisis; Jeremy Leggett on the challenges of being a cleantech entrepreneur; Iveta Cherneva edits new book

We at Ethical Markets Agree with our fellow members of the Network for Sustainable Financial Markets in these insightful presentations! Hazel Henderson, Editor Network for Sustainable Financial Markets has posted a new item, ‘NSFM participants in action: Raj Thamotheram and John Fullerton on the biggest mistakes of the financial crisis; …