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Impact investors offer four takeaways for the ‘new capitalism’ (video)

ImpactAlpha, March 10 – Suddenly, it seems, capitalism is being reimagined, reinvented or reset. For impact investing practitioners, however, the ‘new capitalism’ is an overnight sensation 40 years in the making. One of ImpactAlpha’s founding precepts was that financial markets will increasingly need to know what impact investing practitioners have learned over decades of working.

Only the decisive survive. Will your business?

Over the past seven years, our venture funds have invested in more than 60 early- and growth-stage startups in emerging markets (ex. China). Many are thriving, some are challenged but still growing, and some are just hanging on. None have Softbank-level funding, yet. That means that the impending shock to the business climate of emerging