IIX Workshop: Innovations in Fundraising for Impact Enterprises

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Microsoft

1 Marina Blvd

Level 22

Singapore, 018989

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Today's high-impact initiatives, organizations, and social enterprises who are tackling many of the world's most pressing issues face great barriers when it comes to raising sufficient funds to scale their work. At IIX, a global leader in innovative finance, we are trying to break down some of these barriers and unlock new channels of private capital for impact through innovative financial products like the world's first Women's Livelihood Bond. Through an innovative, new approach to raising capital, this $8 million Women's Livelihood Bond which is listed on the SGX will impact over 385,000 women across Southeast Asia.

Join IIX for a morning of skills and knowledge development as we analyze the journey of creating the Women's Livelihood Bond to re-think the way we fundraise for impact as well as learn how to transform grant capital into catalytic capital.

Key Takeaways:

  • Develop new fundraising strategies for your organization
  • Understand the catalytic opportunities for grant capital in the impact investing space
  • Learn first-hand from IIX about the landmark Women's Livelihood Bond
  • Collaborate with key stakeholders for problem-solving exercises related to innovative finance

Who Should Attend:

  • Non-profits seeking to explore new avenues of fundraising and grantmaking
  • Social Enterprises interested in gaining a greater understanding of how innovative finance can unlock investment capital for their companies
  • Other professionals curious about high-impact innovative financial solutions

Seats to this workshop are limited. RSVP today to save your seat!

This session is supported by Tote Board through its Case Study Collaborator Programme, which aims to enhance applied learning within Singapore’s non-profit sector through the development of local case studies. This is part of their broader strategic initiative to build capacity and capacity of the non-profit organisations.

Registration is limited to one individual per organization.

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Singapore, 018989

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