Inside Philanthropy: Social Entrepreneurs Are Getting Hip to Systems

September 13, 2016

From its Brooklyn co-working space, Blue Ridge guides its portfolio companies through the treacherous early life of the startup, assisting them with grants and expertise as they flesh out their offerings, learn the entrepreneurial ropes, and start shopping around for investors. In many ways, Blue Ridge Labs is similar to startup incubators across the country. But several things mark it out as a place to watch. For one, the Robin Hood Foundation funds Blue Ridge in its entirety. And Robin Hood, in turn, has the backing of a powerful board representing the city’s wealthiest interests. For another, Blue Ridge Labs takes a refreshingly systems-oriented view and is good at listening.
In a Startup Incubator, More Signs Social Entrepreneurs Are Getting Hip to Systems

by Philip Rojc for Inside Philanthropy

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