How does CNote measure its social impact?

CNote provides regular impact reporting.

We provide quarterly impact metrics along with annual reporting that provides a more comprehensive overview of CNote’s operations and social impact.

You can view our most recent impact reports here.

Our last two annual reports are available here (2018) (2017).

Our reporting takes two forms, the qualitative stories we produce that highlight small business lending successes and the impact they have on communities across America and the quantitative impact metrics we track through our CDFI partners.

Currently, the key quantitative metrics we track in relation to CNote investments are:

— The number of jobs our investments help create or maintain

— The percentage of capital deployed to women-led businesses

— The percentage of capital deployed to minority-led businesses

— The percentage of capital deployed to low-to-moderate income communities

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