Social Investing India: From Philanthropy to CSR to Impact Investing

Author

Alfred Poon Alfred Poon

Date

January 8, 2015

AVPN India and leading law firm Nishith Desai Associates are hosting a dialogue between leading industrialists from India and global experts and philanthropists to discuss their own journeys in philanthropy. Asia has a huge opportunity to change the world through social investment and venture philanthropy. India with its numerous social challenges and growing wealth needs to be a role model in terms of establishing venture philanthropy for the rest of Asia. The goal is to share experiences of role models in venture philanthropy not just in India but in Asia and the rest of the world. We will be honoured to have Nobel Prize winner Prof. Yunus share his experience of creating a vibrant social business in the form of Grameen Bank which has led to the formation of the microfinance industry. Also joining us will be Paul Carttar, founding president of President Obama’s Social Innovation Fund and Chris West, Director of Shell Foundation.We hope you can join us in this gathering on March 14, 2015 at the Taj Lands End Hotel in Bandra, Mumbai. For more details on the event please visit our website.

Paul CartarrPaul Carttar
Senior Advisor and Co-Founder of the Bridgespan Group

 

Muhammad YunusMuhammad Yunus
Nobel Laureate Professor

 

Chris West
Director of Shell Foundation


About Author
Alfred Poon
Alfred Poon Technology Lead Asian Venture Philanthropy Network

Alfred Poon is Technology Lead of AVPN's Knowledge Centre.

He is a geek by nature, adman by passion, and holds a Masters in Nonprofit Communications from Indiana University. Alfred spends his time building communications infrastructure that brings people together. Prior to joining AVPN, Alfred has consulted for Social Purpose Organisations in over thirty countries, bringing his unconventional mix of nimble technology to enable data driven communications.

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