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The Simple Vetting Process and the Impact Economy: Womble Whiteboard Ep. 3 [VIDEO]

In the latest episode of the Womble Whiteboard video series, Director of Impact Strategies Mark Newberg shows executives how to “think” about Impact.

Newberg unveils the Simple Vetting Process, a three-step framework that shows anyone interested in Impact, whether corporate CEO, investment manager, or startup founder, how to analyze the impact of any initiative, and embed it in the core of their enterprise.

The Impact Economy consists of for-profit, non-profit and governmental entities using proven management practices to harness the positive power of business to address endemic social issues. With a rapidly expanding market and an increasing number of participants, the idea of “impact” as an economic force has hit the mainstream.

This is the third in a series of Womble Whiteboard videos. Click here to watch Episode 1 and Episode 2.

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About this Author

Mark Newberg, Director of Impact Strategies, Womble Carlyle Law Firm
Director of Impact Strategies

Mark Newberg is Director of Impact Strategies for Womble Carlyle, where he is helping launch an Impact Economy practice and develop an integrated Impact Team that is dedicated to supporting the growth of businesses and entrepreneurs in the Impact Economy.  Mark provides consulting services to help Impact-focused companies design and implement their Impact-related objectives.

Mark also serves as the Managing Director of Impact Investment Strategies for 5 Stone Green Capital. At 5 Stone, he has designed and led firm-wide “layered impact”...

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