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Global warming, toxic waste pollutions, deforestation… Environmental issues are always close to the heart of mankind. Against the backdrop of a global environmental deterioration, social innovation becomes an important force to address and solve various issues and to work towards sustainable development. In our first investment showcase webinar, we are introducing two social enterprises in […]

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AVPN’s Capability Development Model webinar series First Practice Area: Pre-engagement processes AVPN’s capability development model (CDM) is an organizational development road map relevant to a set of five venture philanthropy (VP) practice areas designed to help members make sense of best practices and frameworks in the sector. In this webinar we start off with the […]

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AVPN’s Capability Development Model (CDM) is an organizational development road map designed around a set of five venture philanthropy (VP) practice areas to help members make sense of best practices and frameworks in the sector. For the month of July, AVPN will introduce and dive into the first practice area of Pre-engagement. The challenges of […]

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China’s social entrepreneurship sector is still in its early stages but its growth expectations for the next few years is exponential given the size of the economy and the social needs. In addition to the regular challenges faced by social entrepreneurs, Chinese Social enterprises face unique challenges due to the influential role played by the […]

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View the recorded webinar here: Presentation can be viewed and downloaded from here: Creating Impact – Learning from Failure (Presentation)

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During the month of March AVPN organised a webinar with EVPA and Ferd Social Entrepreneurs on the subject of exit strategies and managing exits. EVPA shared some of the best practices collected from their recent research “How to plan and execute an impactful exit” and Ferd talked us through some specific investee exit examples, including some of […]

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With ten years of practice behind them, venture philanthropy and social investment organisations are starting to build valuable experience on exits. Building on those learnings and insights, the EVPA Knowledge Centre shared best practices on exits collected in the recent report “How to plan and execute an impactful exit” and Ferd Social Entrepreneurs shared their experience […]

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Structured impact investment vehicles provide for increased efficiency and greater impact. Over the last 10 years, more than $5 bn has been raised from impact investors through 25+ structured investment vehicles. By mixing different risk-return profiles in flexible, public-private-partnership structures, these vehicles allow to leverage donor funding thanks to the catalytic role of first-loss capital […]

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Practicing venture philanthropy involves using a set of engaged practices to support the selected organization with funding as well as a combination of skills and resources towards achieving a social purpose.How do funders select their projects? What are some of the key indicators that they look for? What are some best practices for venture philanthropy? […]

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AVPN members Ennovent and the Artha Platform will together provide a landscape overview of some of the outstanding opportunities available to those who wish to get started in social investing in India; they will highlight key challenges and pitfalls to look out for and will also share an insider view for international investors in this […]

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The private sector, corporations or foundations alike, are looking for ways to link impact and strategy – using socio-economic impact data to inform the selection of social causes to support, or to identify business models to streamline operations and client offering. This could also be conducted for the purpose of informing dialogue with their respective […]

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Please find the webinar recording from 26th August 2014 and the powerpoint at the end of the post. South East Asia has experienced sustained economic growth over the past three years. However, negative spill overs such as widening income gap, inability of minority or marginalised participating in the growth and mismatched or limited growth in […]

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