The more VCs I speak to– so far more than 150 between Berlin and Silicon Valley– the more it becomes clear that many of them could not care less about environmental, social and governance, impact, sustainability, green tech or what Nicholas Colin calls security net 2.0. Why is it that big CEOs desire to move their efforts away from simply shareholder value to advantage all stakeholders!.?., is commemorating the Beyond Meat IPO, Greylock is having a hard time to recruit more than onewoman into its investment team and is still most keen on blitzscaling markets.

The more VCs I speak to– so far more than 150 between Berlin and Silicon Valley– the more it becomes clear that most of them could not care less about ecological, social and governance, impact, sustainability, green tech or what Nicholas Colin calls security net 2.0. Why is it that huge CEOs desire to move their efforts away from just shareholder worth to advantage all stakeholders!.?., is celebrating the Beyond Meat IPO, Greylock is having a hard time to recruit more than onewoman into its investment group and is still most eager on blitzscaling markets. In the VC world, there aren’t reliable return numbers for impact investing. As long as there are no information points to prove– also with concerns to interacting with their LPs– that “great tech “makes monetary sense in the VC world, many won’t move.