“Traditionally, impact investment opportunities have been limited to high-net-worth individuals, family offices, funds and government capital,” Tanse said. ,[W]I believe that more people are looking for this type of investment with a view to building a better future.”
According to Maria Bronfman, Chief Brand Officer, Kizmet, the company focuses on companies that are making an exciting and measurable impact in the areas of diversity, equality and inclusion, along with society and the environment.
Bronfman said, “We target early- and growth-stage companies and work closely with them to accelerate both their impact and commercial success to generate return for investors and profit for society at large. Huh.”
Kizmet considers companies with successful impact based on their economic performance and ability to generate considerable social and environmental benefits such as reduction of greenhouse fuel emissions, increasing employment among marginalized populations and curbing disease. Focuses on identifying impact businesses in the areas of food, social impact and innovative technologies to improve health and wellness outcomes.
Kizmet uses well-known standards such as the Global Impact Investing Network (GIIN) IRIS+ framework. It will also ensure that all investments are in line with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).