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February 28, 2024
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RECAP: LinkedIn Live "Investment in Tangible Assets"

This article is a recap on the live session we did with Gaël Berthélémé, founder of Épinard 🌳 and La Crèmerie©, where we talked about investment in tangible assets.
RECAP: LinkedIn Live "Investment in Tangible Assets"

In the realm of impact investing and crowdfunding, addressing the specific needs of impact projects while ensuring investors can visualize the tangible outcomes of their investments is paramount. Let's delve deeper into the challenges and opportunities inherent in this dynamic space.

Addressing Project Needs:

Within the realm of impact projects, particularly in the context of the circular economy, financing unconventional assets like household appliances or water recycling systems poses a significant challenge. Traditional financiers often struggle to adapt their models to these specialized subjects. However, innovative models such as the rental model, as seen in the success of ventures like HomeCycle, or the buy-back model exemplified by H20 Care, offer promising solutions.

Empowering Investors:

On the investor side, despite a growing sensitivity to ecological transition, barriers remain. These include a lack of familiarity with sustainable investment practices and uncertainty regarding their real-world impact. Direct investment in companies emerges as a viable solution, with various financial instruments such as stocks, bonds, and revenue-sharing models providing distinct advantages and drawbacks.

Exploring Financial Instruments:

To further understand the diverse financial instruments available in impact investing and crowdfunding, delve into our comprehensive summary. Discover how these instruments can empower both investors and projects to drive meaningful change while generating positive returns.

Click here to re-watch our live on financial instruments in impact investing and crowdfunding!

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