- Not enough money for promising ventures. Too much money flowing to a few companies. Both statements are true for impact-oriented small and growing businesses in emerging markets.
- India's social stock exchange promises to diversify capital sources available to more than two million social enterprises across the country.
- By not fully addressing climate change, India’s financial markets are missing an opportunity to become a centre for the greatest risk management system the planet has ever known, says Tata Trusts' Shloka Nath.
- Now in its 11th year, the global forum from Intellecap, the advisory arm of the Aavishkaar Group, brings one of the world’s largest spotlights to entrepreneurs and enterprises serving lower income segments and emerging middle classes across Asia and Africa.
The online medical supplies marketplace aims to improve the availability of healthcare necessities in India's tier two and three cities and rural areas.
The India-based company relocates to the U.K. as it eyes a global clean energy portfolio of five gigawatts by 2022.
The organizations have launched a new venture, TP Renewable Microgrid, to bring clean energy to five million households, 400,000 farmers and 100,000 enterprises across rural India.