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4 Strategies to Use When Raising Money for Your B Corps

How to fundraise without compromising the triple bottom line.
Mission-driven: Donnel Baird of BlocPower. Source: Ewan Burns

When Donnel Baird needed seed capital to continue developing his B Corporation in 2013, he figured impact investors were the ticket. One year and 250 investor meetings later, BlocPower—Baird’s online marketplace that connects investors with clean-energy projects in underserved communities—hadn’t raised a dime.

In 2014, Baird, who is based in New York, decided

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