The 3 day gathering will feature examples of collaboration from AVPN members across Asia including deep dives into sectors like: education, health, livelihoods, the environment, and more. The program will also include an overview of the social investment landscape in Asia, highlighting key challenges and opportunities across the spectrum of investment stages from grants to impact investment.
"It offers us a very quick view of the new innovations that are happening in the region and potential investible opportunities that we can explore in greater depth when we leave the conference."
Roopa Kudva, Omidyar Network
“Every year, there are just more change makers, more funders, more investors coming together. It's tremendous to see this energy.”
Harvey Koh, FSG Advisory
"What really distinguishes this crowd is not only is it knowledgeable and diverse but it’s action-oriented"
Paul Carttar, Bridgespan
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