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    Located in Toronto, Paul Klein founded Impakt in 2001 with the belief that corporations and civil society organizations should have a compelling social purpose. To truly measure the successes therein, he felt that initiatives in this area must be evaluated in terms of business results and social outcomes. Moving forward 15 years, corporate social responsibility and shared value have become defining characteristics of business worldwide. With corporations themselves now finding greater purpose, bettering not only their bottom lines but the communities in which they operate, Impakt has established itself as a pioneer. Regionally, nationally, globally – they recognize that corporate growth and social responsibility can indeed work hand in hand. As a thought leader and practitioner in a field that is re-defining what it means to be successful in business, they have proudly stood at the vanguard of the ever changing definition of effectiveness within civil society.
    HQToronto, CA

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    Employees (est.) (Sep 2019)18

    Key People/Management at Impakt

    Paul Klein

    Paul Klein

    CEO and Founder
    Olivia Larkin

    Olivia Larkin

    Director of Social Impact
    Nicole Bryck

    Nicole Bryck

    Social Program Manager
    Sam Bennett

    Sam Bennett

    Senior Advisor
    Stevie Yap

    Stevie Yap

    Preston Aitken

    Preston Aitken

    Senior Advisor, Social Enterprise and Technology
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    Impakt Office Locations

    Impakt has offices in Toronto and Calgary
    Toronto, CA (HQ)
    332 366 Adelaide St E
    Calgary, CA
    1817 10 Ave SW
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    Impakt News and Updates

    Celestica to Acquire Impakt Holdings, LLC

    TORONTO, Oct. 10, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Celestica, Inc. (NYSE, TSX: CLS), a leader in design, manufacturing and supply chain solutions for the world's most innovative companies, today announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Impakt Holdings, LLC.

    Impakt Blogs

    Can the Rental Economy be a Sustainable Shopping Alternative?

    By: Jenny Jungmin Park | Monday, June 24th 2019    It’s not the emergence of a sustainable ownership model – younger consumers are conveniently forgoing the permanent ownership of clothing for the sake of variety and businesses are simply taking advantage of this booming demand....

    Corporate Partnership Conference: Strategy and Best Practice of Cause Partnerships

    Impakt is pleased to be a speaker in the upcoming Corporate Partnership Conference (CPC) this May 14th in Toronto. CPC brings together experts in the Corporate Partnership sector from all across Canada to discuss how charities and brands work together to expand each other’s missions....

    The Trend Towards Social Impact

    By: Jamie Lee    It seems that there’s currently a trend towards social impact. Companies are starting to wake up to the damage they cause and are realizing that if they want their brand to survive in the long-run, they have to implement at least...

    The Ripple Effects of a Comprehensive Social Impact Strategy

    By: Irene Ferro   “I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone cross waters to create many ripples.” – Mother Teresa     We’re beginning to see a change in how the business world – across various industries – engages with...

    Dead Aid & The Fine Line Corporate Social Responsibility Treads On

    By: Srivarun Tummarakota    It’s undeniable that the phrase “corporate social responsibility (CSR)” has become a buzzword in the 21st century, popping up in mission statements for large multi-national corporations and small mom-and-pop shops alike. Whether it’s to build up a brand, develop a connect…

    A Potentially Life Saving Treatment for Depression

    By: Olivia Larkin In April of this year, a long-term friend of the Impakt team who heads Hathaway Research International came to us to talk about a revolutionary treatment for Canadians suffering from Major Depressive Disorder. He had recently seen firsthand the transformative effects of...
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    Impakt Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Impakt founded?

      Impakt was founded in 2001.

    • Who are Impakt key executives?

      Impakt's key executives are Paul Klein, Olivia Larkin and Nicole Bryck.

    • How many employees does Impakt have?

      Impakt has 18 employees.

    • Who are Impakt competitors?

      Competitors of Impakt include Forster Communications, Care2 and BetterWorld Telecom.

    • Where is Impakt headquarters?

      Impakt headquarters is located at 332 366 Adelaide St E, Toronto.

    • Where are Impakt offices?

      Impakt has offices in Toronto and Calgary.

    • How many offices does Impakt have?

      Impakt has 2 offices.