As promoters of the Impact Investing movement, we've noticed that story telling is at the core of the movement. When we speak to people about Impact Investing, the stories behind the projects and investments resonate far deeper on a human level, than the numbers do. So in that spirit, we'd like to share a story that our CEO Steve Distante posted on Linkedin this week.
Topics: Impact Investing
I am on a flight on my way back from the 2016 WinOPS User Groups Conference in Denver for a group of BD Operations and Compliance professionals where I was invited to speak on a panel with Industry Titans, John Simmers (former CEO of the ING Advisor Network with more than 8,500 registered representatives) and Jane Reilly (President of NSCP) about the current state of DOL and what we should be doing.
Would you ever consider volunteering to be a crash test dummy? Of course not, but the DOL is proposing many people do that with their retirement plans. Brace for impact if this rule goes through, it could cause a lot of damage that is unforeseen and short sighted.
LinkedIn can be a great resource for finding prospective clients and expanding you professional network. While it is simple to set up an account, you may be missing some key elements that can make sure your profile does not get lost in the crowd.
You created a LinkedIn profile in hopes to expand your professional network and grow your business. Just setting up a LinkedIn account is not enough, with over 400 million professionals on LinkedIn and 122 million in the US alone, you will need to know some tips and tricks to make your profile stand out.