Johannes Lenhard

Erika Brodnock Contributor Share on Twitter Erika Brodnock is a serial entrepreneur, philanthropist, research fellow at King’s College London and a Ph.D. candidate at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Erika founded Karisma Kidz and is co-founder at Kinhub (formally Kami), an employee well-being platform focused on enhancing equity and inclusion in the future of work. Johannes Lenhard Contributor Share on Twitter Johannes Lenhard, Ph.D., is centre coordinator at the Max Planck Cambridge Centre for Ethics, Economy and Social Change. More posts by this contributor European VC funds are building community around ESG initiatives Why don’t more VCs care about good tech (yet)?

Johannes Lenhard, Ph.D., is centre coordinator at the Max Planck Cambridge Centre for Ethics, Economy and Social Change.

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Book Excerpt: ‘Better Venture’ looks at how the current venture model connects to the slave trade

"Better Venture" looks at VC's past and proposes new ways of thinking about startup fundraising.

European VC funds are building community around ESG initiatives

Unlike impact investing, which is squarely focused on the (external) effects of a business, ESG concerns mostly internal practices and processes.

Why don’t more VCs care about good tech (yet)?

How long are investors going to ignore the growing consumer appetite for responsible and impactful businesses?