In partnership with Greenspring Associates
18th November, 11:00 ET / 16:00 GMT
As technology enables our path forward amidst the turmoil of Covid-19, venture impact investing is gaining traction with investors seeking growth and strong financial performance paired with measurable, beneficial social or environmental impact. While venture impact is a developing vertical in the venture capital asset class, it is showing early evidence of being uniquely suited to investors focused on the double bottom line.
This webinar will help responsible investors understand the impact investment opportunity set among early stage private companies, what technology solutions are emerging to solve for today’s most pressing issues, and how venture is the asset class of choice for sustainability-minded investors seeking to make the greatest impact on society, the environment and portfolio returns.
This webinar will focus on sustainability and ESG criteria in venture capital investing and looks to cover:
How is venture capital uniquely suited to impact investing?
How is the innovation economy solving for the most pressing problems of today?
What is the impact opportunity set in venture capital and how does it compare to public markets?
Which technologies are at the forefront of emerging ESG concerns?
How do venture capital investors approach governance?
What are the barriers or challenges for venture impact investing?
How can venture capital investment help the world navigate and recover from the Covid-19 pandemic?
Tune in to learn more about unlocking impact through venture investment and join the discussion through Q&A.
Seyonne Kang, Partner, Greenspring Associates
Justina Lai, Chief Impact Officer and Shareholder, Wetherby
Moderator: Daniel Brooksbank, Head of Strategic Content, Responsible Investor