Tagged: b-corp

MPOWER Financing Completes B Corporation Certification

This milestone reflects MPOWER’s continued commitment “to socio-economic mobility for bright minds across the globe.” MPOWER Financing, a mission-driven fintech firm and a provider of scholarships and no-cosigner loans to promising students from around the world, announced today that it has completed a 2-year process… Read More

Crowdcube Announces B Corp Status, Should Help Support Sustainable Businesses

Crowdcube reveals that it has earned B Corp certification, solidifying the equity crowdfunding platform’s aim to developing a business making a net positive impact on the planet. The Fintech firm reportedly received a score of 87.2 out of 200 (the average score is around 50.9)…. Read More

Sezzle Receives B Corp Certification

  Sezzle, Inc. (ASX: SZL), a U.S.-based installment payments platform, announced on Monday it has received the certification required to achieve B Corp status. Founded in 2016, Sezzle claims to be a public-benefit corporation on a mission to financially empower the next generation. The company… Read More

Update: Callaly’s Equity Crowdfunding Campaign Nearing £1.4 Million During the Final Week on Crowdcube

UK-based feminine care product company Callaly is now nearing £1.4 million during the final week of its equity crowdfunding campaign, which is currently live on Crowdcube. As previously reported, Callaly describes itself as a new British femcare company based in London named one of the… Read More

Feminine Care Product Company Callaly Now Nearing £1.3 Million in Funding Through Crowdcube Campaign

Less than a couple of weeks after launching its equity crowdfunding campaign on Crowdcube, UK-based feminine care product company Callaly has successfully raised nearly £1.3 million in funding. The company quickly raised its initial £1 million funding target at the end of June. It is… Read More

Overfunding: Feminine Care Product Company Callaly Quickly Surpasses £1 Million Funding Target Through Crowdcube Campaign

Callaly, a UK-based femcare B-Corp, has quickly secured its initial £1 million equity crowdfunding target on Crowdcube. Callaly describes itself as a new British femcare company based in London named one of the “period-positive startups” revolutionizing the multi-billion pound feminine care industry by the Independent… Read More

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