Phenix Capital is an Amsterdam and London-based investment consultant that is dedicated to connecting impact with capital. They support European institutional investors with the development and implementation of impact and sustainable development investing strategies.

The Global Campus of Human Rights is an inter-disciplinary centre of excellence supported by the EU, aiming at pursuing the continued promotion of human rights and democratisation through education, specialised training, and research cooperation worldwide through a network of regional partners. Its main headquarters are based in Venice, Italy and the regional partner’s headquarters are based in Argentina, Armenia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Lebanon, South Africa, and Thailand.

Artha Impact is the impact investing arm of Rianta Capital, a dedicated advisor to the Singh Family Trusts. Since 2007 our initiative has focused on alleviating poverty and creating sustainable livelihoods in India by investing in early-stage impact-focused businesses. We hold a diverse portfolio of direct investments and a handful of impact funds; our sectors of focus include the agriculture, healthcare, education and energy sectors.

Through a platform developed in conjunction with our affiliate company Artha Networks Inc., we support high impact social businesses globally, building networks and convening our peers in a virtual network.  The platform combines a workflow, marketplace and social network tool aimed not only at greater visibility and more effective collaboration between impact investors, donors, support organisations and service providers, but also focuses on the reduction of transaction costs, a key driver to attaining the Sustainable Development Goals.

The heart of our initiative is to support employment creation and provision of essential services to impoverished communities that have suffered from limited access to basics like education, healthcare, clean water, sanitation and livelihood opportunities.  Artha Impact has already touched the lives of many millions living in India today, and we aim to continue by ensuring that every dollar, pound, or euro invested for impact is leveraged by peer investor to unlock many more.

Euclid is a growing European network for organisations that support social entrepreneurs and impact-driven leaders. Our members are based in 21 countries and represent over 100.000 organisations throughout Europe and beyond. They are social enterprise support organisations and networks, universities and training institutes, social investors and funds, frontline NGOs and impact practitioners.

At Euclid Network we believe that in tomorrow’s economy, the success of businesses is not only measured by their profitability, but equally by the responsibility with which they treat the planet and the dignity with which they treat people. Social enterprises are the world’s frontrunners, dedicated to solving societal challenges while running a sustainable business. Close cooperation between social enterprises and other commercial operators accelerates the transition towards this new economy.

We are a strategic partner of the European Commission and an observer to the United Nations Task Force on Social and Solidarity Economy (UNTFSSE). Euclid Network enhances the field of social entrepreneurship through knowledge exchange, capacity building, networking and international advocacy.

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AVPN is a unique funders’ network based in Singapore committed to building a vibrant and high impact social investment community across Asia. As an advocate, capacity builder, and platform that cuts across private, public and social sectors, AVPN embraces all types of engagement to improve the effectiveness of members across the Asia Pacific region.

The core mission of AVPN is to increase the flow of financial, human and intellectual capital to the social sector by connecting and empowering key stakeholders from funders to the social purpose organizations they support.

With over 490 members across 32 countries, AVPN is catalysing the movement towards a more strategic, collaborative and outcome focused approach to social investing, ensuring that resources are deployed as effectively as possible to address key social challenges facing Asia today and in the future.

EBAN is the pan-European representative for the early stage investor community gathering over 150 member organizations in more than 50 countries today. Established in 1999 by a group of pioneer angel networks in Europe with the collaboration of the European Commission and EURADA, EBAN represents a sector estimated to invest 11.4 billion Euros a year and playing a vital role in Europe’s future, notably in the funding of SMEs. EBAN fuels Europe’s growth through the creation of wealth and jobs.