Impact Investments
Jan 12, 2022
05:30 PM - 06:30 PM (Asia/Singapore)
Singapore, Singapore

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TiE Singapore is delighted to invite you to the upcoming Huddle session, "Impact Investments".

Date & Time: January 12th Wednesday | 5:30 - 6:30pm SGT 

The impact investing market has seen exponential growth over the past couple of years, offering diverse and viable opportunities for investors to advance social and environmental solutions through investments that also produce financial returns. It is no longer a niche segment involving a trade-off between value and “values”. 
While Covid is a watershed moment and we have managed to squeeze years of societal shifts into a matter of weeks, it is also an opportunity perhaps to do a ‘hard reset’ in our way of life to solve some of the biggest foundational shifts such as Climate Change, Wealth Inequity, Unemployment and Inclusion
These past couple of years have led to a new level of resilience and empathy within businesses and leadership, thus accelerating the need to rethink sustainability practices, business models, and investment priorities. As businesses, investors, entrepreneurs and philanthropists put greater impetus on societal aspects of ESG, the need to drive more thematic investments takes centre stage. 

In this session, we speak to investors who bring their life experience and investment skills together to foster entrepreneurship that can scale up the impact to address the needs of our planet and people towards a more sustainable future.



Alfie Othman, Executive Director raiSE
Singapore Center for Social Enterprise

Dr. Anand Govindaluri,
Chairman, Govin Holdings

Bradley Busetto,
Co-CEO, SDG Impact Japan


Amit Gupta
President, TiE Singapore


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    Singapore, Singapore, Singapore

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