Impact Investing: the new MIINT competition for MBAs has started

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For the second year, SDA Bocconi participates in the MIINT – acronym for MBA Impact Investing Network & Training, the international competition for MBA students organized by the impact investing fund Bridges Ventures and Wharton Social Impact

With the support of the Impact Investing Lab, a team of 6 Full-Time MBA students from SDA Bocconi takes part in this year edition of the MIINT and compete with all the top business schools worldwide for effectively sourcing and diligencing the best early stage impact investment.

Alongside SDA Bocconi, other 24 schools have joined the 2016/2017 edition of the competition: Wharton, Harvard, MIT Sloan, Michigan Ross, Kellogg, Haas Berkeley, Columbia, Columbia School of International Public Affairs, Chicago Booth, Darden, NYU Stern, Tuck, UCLA Anderson, McDonough, Johnson Cornell, London School of Economics and Political Science, Said Oxford, UNC Kenan-Flagler, Fletcher, London Business School, Insead, Schulich, McCombs and Yale.
“We are proud of our last year team, who earned one of five nominations for best diligence at the MIINT finals in Philadephia, but we will work harder with the new students to achieve even better results this year!”, comments Francesca Casalini, member of the Impact Investing Lab and coordinator of the MIINT competition. “MIINT is great opportunity not only to bring impact investing closer to MBA students but also to promote impact investing at local level by creating meaningful links among our students, the business associations, entrepreneurs and investors.”

SDA Bocconi School of Management

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