How to create a sustainable startup that can attract impact investment

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The investment market is booming for startups that make a positive impact on society, the environment – or both.

That’s the experience of Chris Foxall, Finance Director at Riversimple Movement Ltd, a scaling business that manufactures and leases hydrogen-powered vehicles.

In this short video, Foxall explains why adopting a long-term approach is key to securing impact investment. He also outlines why building a sustainable business allows you to attract employees with real passion who create better products and are more fulfilled. You can also read our guide to impact investing here and find out what sustainable investors want to see here.


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