The financial meltdown demonstrated banks are not infallible sources of capital, and clearly new solutions are needed to access credit for building and sustaining healthy communities. Local investing is possible, if you have $1 or $1 million. Andrew Tulchin shares how this old concept — where everyone participates to make a difference — is new again, offering specific examples of how to make it happen in New Mexico.
Andrew Tulchin is Managing Partner of Social Enterprise Associates, recognized as a 2012 New Mexico Sustainable Business of the Year. He has consulted with over 100 start-up companies and non-profits enabling clients to raise more than $100 million, furthering sustainability and community well-being.