Impact Investing Reaches a Tipping Point in India
Unitus Seed Fund makes seed-stage venture investments in “BoP startups” … startups that serve large, low-income populations. Our portfolio companies create opportunities for economic self-reliance, education, healthcare, and obtaining necessities for the 1 billion people in India living at the base of the economic pyramid (BoP).
While we’re a financials-first investor, we are wholly-committed to investing in companies producing sustainable social impact. The following articles will help investors seeking such social impact understand the global state of impact investing and Unitus Seed Fund’s perspectives on various topics in the impact investing sector.
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Opportunities to do well while doing good. How “impact investing” is different from philanthropy.
As India’s microfinance sector recovers, impact investors are expanding into new investment structures and new approaches to drive more impact
Impact investors are pioneering new models to improve livelihoods, health outcomes, education and more
Role that philanthropy plays to complement and accelerate the impact of investors in India
A state-of-the-art look at measurement and reporting of impact, from the perspectives of both entrepreneurs and investors
The latest data indicates that 1 billion people live on less than $2/day per capita income in India
Unitus Seed Fund’s approach to investing for profits with built-in positive community impact
Unitus Seed Fund sees a lower valued rupee creating creating opportunities for impact investing in India