Episode 16: Interview with Echoing Green’s Min Pease: latest research on the key barriers entrepreneurs face in getting access to capital and the main types of support they require.
Min Pease leads the impact investing program at Echoing Green where she supports Echoing Green Fellows seeking or receiving impact investment. In large part, this involves getting social entrepreneurs investment ready and helping them to find investors that have an aligned understanding of their mission. Min also works to engage investors in the Echoing Green community. In this podcast, Min discusses the results of Echoing Green’s latest research on funding of social entrepreneurship, undertaken with Enclude. This research is based on data from 49 of Echoing Green’s fellows, as well as information from focus groups. Min discusses the key findings of the report highlighting the key barriers entrepreneurs face in getting access to capital and the main types of support they need.