Pioneer Post shares key takeaways from AVPN’s ‘Social Investment Landscape in Asia’ report, by providing a holistic view of the current and emerging philanthropy and social investment landscape in Asia.Pioneers Post
In China’s effort to alleviate poverty, this article highlights the importance of building social enterprises’ capacity.
The World Economic Forum shares key findings from the Social Investment Landscape in Asia report.
Find out how AVPN can guide the next generation of wealth to deploy family capital for social good.Huffington Post
At the AVPN Conference 2017, Alliance Magazine reflects on the diversity of international delegates – in terms of countries, gender, causes, and social investing approaches.Alliance Magazine
ImpactAlpha caught up with AVPN and Sattva consulting at the AVPN Conference 2017 to discuss the landscape for social investing in 14 Asian countries.
The interview focuses particularly on Cambodia, Myanmar, Indonesia and the Philippines.
ImpactAlpha caught up with Kim at the AVPN Conference 2017.
Find out how Crevisse’s portfolio encourages “co-building”, or venture building, to support companies using technology to create positive benefits for society in South Korea.
At the AVPN Conference 2017, Live Mint shares an interview with Omidyar Network MD Roopa Kudva on why India is a favoured destination for impact investing and social entrepreneurship.
Kudva also shares ways to deal with talent crunch in the development sector.
Through the AVPN conference 2017, Impact Alpha was able to catch up with Annie Chen, founder of RS Group.
Read on to find out about RS Group’s approach to impact investing, their work with fund managers, and issues that come along with expanding investments.
AVPN hosts the largest gathering of key philanthropists and social investors in Asia. Find out which key ecosystem players are attending and speaking at the conference.
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This article was originally featured in AsianNGO. While impact investing continues to grow in popularity globally, there is a shortage of social enterprises in Asia ready to take on the amount of capital and return assumptions needed to balance impact with the market-rate returns desired by many impact investors. However, AVPN members are at the forefront […]AsianNGO
Pioneers Post sat down in SVHK’s offices with founder Francis Ngai, Liza Green, vice-president for corporate citizenship at Credit Suisse, and Tristan Ace, global partnerships and development lead for the British Council’s social enterprise programme, to discuss the road ahead for Hong Kong’s social entrepreneurs.
Francis Ngai and Tristan Ace both spoke at AVPN’s annual conference 2017.