Join Joel Solomon, co-founder of Canada's largest mission venture capital firm, Renewal Funds, for an in-depth examination of his latest book, The Clean Money Revolution.
Can capitalism restore social and ecological wellbeing?
When: January 24th, 6:00 - 7:30PM
Where: BC Hydro Theatre, CIRS
Joel Solomon will provide insight into the future of sustainable business in the context of climate change. Drawing on decades of investment experience as a social venture capitalist, he'll shed light on a new model that seeks to integrate responsible citizenship with profits.
Pizza will be provided. No cost to participants but registration is required.
More About Joel Solomon
Joel is Co-Founder and Chair of Renewal Funds, Canada's largest mission venture capital firm, with $98m under management. Renewal Funds invests in Organics and Envirotech.
With Founder and Funder, Carol Newell, Joel spent 16 years implementing a "whole portfolio activation to mission" strategy as leader of her activist Family Office. As Executive Director of the Endswell Foundation, he guided the spend down of a $20m endowment, leaving Tides Canada Foundation and Hollyhock as legacy charities, while supporting the success of the renowned BC environmental community. As President and CEO of Renewal Partners' seed capital fund, he placed over $10m into dozens of values driven companies in BC and beyond.
Joel is a Senior Advisor with RSF Social Finance and Co-Producer of their Integrated Capital Fellows Program, a 2012 TEDxVancouver Speaker, Founding Member of Social Venture Network (SVN), Business for Social Responsibility, the Tides Canada Foundation, and is Board Chair of Hollyhock.
Joel is Co-Author of The Clean Money Revolution with Tyee Bridge, a call to action to move trillions of dollars from damaging to regenerative use.