Kristin Hull

An angel investor and outspoken champion of women and entrepreneurs of color talks about investing for impact.

Amy Cortese



A new marketplace aims to connect impact investors with global opportunities.

Anne Field Showcase

Insta Slim

Well cowboys, isn’t about time to corral that gut gone wild and look rodeo ready? Better yet, invest in this family-run business, formed in 2010, that manufactures in the USA. Help bring body shaping for men into the mainstream! (view offering here)


This women-owned site is a one-stop shopping hub for interior designers, offering only-to-the-trade furniture and decor items. It’s a $68.5 billion market that’s decidedly low-tech and ripe for disruption. (view offering here)



A mobile app that instantly identifies plants, flowers and trees? Genius! Snap a photo and learn its name, whether it’s edible, and much more. Ideal for gardeners and anyone interested in being on a first name basis with their environment. (view this offering)

Rayton Solar

Solar power is on the rise. This California-based solar company has married particle accelerator technology with solar energy manufacturing to create cost-effective electricity. (view offering here)


Cannabis lover? LEAF’s brown thumb-resistant design allows for year-round, odor-free growing, in a unit the size of a beer fridge. Smart-phone controlled…so you, uh, don’t forget. (view this offering)


A new program out of Notre Dame helps budding social entrepreneurs find an unmet need to build a business around.

Anne Field
JOBS Act progress

Now that all of the pieces have gone into effect, we can begin to take the full measure of the law. Is it living up to its promises?

Locavesting Staff

Raising Capital

Raising capital while female

Women and founders from diverse backgrounds have to work extra hard to raise capital. A VC and an angel offer advice.

Locavesting Staff

In Action

A Lighthearted Intro to State Crowdfunding