Answering The Question, ‘How Do You Help People Too Poor For Microloans?’ - Forbes.com

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Devin Thorpe of Forbes asked our CEO, Kate Cochran, how Upaya helps people too poor for microloans. The answer? Stable, dignified jobs. Read the full article here!

Why the Impact First vs Finance First Debate in Impact Investing Shouldn’t Be a Debate

Why the Impact First vs Finance First Debate in Impact Investing Shouldn’t Be a Debate

More of our fellow impact investors are proudly pronouncing that they are deploying their capital to have impact and that their financial goals are more modest. These “impact first” investors are moving out of the defensive crouch that seemed to characterize this approach in the early years of the industry.

Upaya Social Ventures Partners with Villgro to Incubate and Invest in Job-Creating Social Enterprises Through Villgro’s iPitch 2019

Upaya has partnered with Villgro as an Investment Partner for Villgro’s iPitch 2019 program. iPitch is a discovery program aimed an identifying the most impactful social ventures in India.

Caroline Bressan and Kim Rachmeler Join Upaya’s Board of Directors

Upaya Social Ventures is pleased to welcome Caroline Bressan and Kim Rachmeler to its board of directors.

“We are thrilled to welcome the expertise and social passion of these two accomplished women to our board.” Kate Cochran, Upaya CEO said.