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These 12 impact funds are catalyzing transitions to employee ownership

Expanding democratic ownership

As more Americans receive COVID-19 vaccinations and we look to rebuild our economy, mission investors have a chance to save local businesses and ensure we are not caught in a K-shaped recovery that leaves many behind. 

Employee ownership, through which businesses share assets and agency with the workers who make the wealth, is a proven path to a more equitable economy.

Publication date: 2021-03-18
Parent publication: Impact Alpha
Publication URL: https://impactalpha.com/these-12-impact-funds-are-catalyzing-transitions-to-employee-ownership/

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