I spent some time browsing the prototype for the Crowdvetting platform. What I appreciate about it is its underlying power as a learning tool for any stage enterprise looking to access a range of social funding sources. Since information is public, enterprises can look at other applicants and see how they answered certain questions related to social missions, how they structure their financials and funding terms, and ultimately see what can go into a more successful application. This information is difficult to access publicly or to understand easily if just given a set of documents- however the crowdvetting platform makes the application process easier to understand. This is a huge step in making access to finance easier for enterprises as sometimes just clarity on how to improve business operations and financial information better. Overall, the platform is one of the few 'data driven' interventions that directly responds to a reducing a costly procedure in accessing funding, that can have transformative value in tackling the SME funding gap.