LONDON, UK, May 18, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — The EquityMatch.co, a UK-based startup funding platform, has completed the second webinar in the series, which led to the third session of private presentation on “What does impact investing look like?” The event was free and open to the general public, and it was streamed live on Zoom.
EquityMatch.co hosted the global webinar on “Real Impact Investments Changing the World of Finance” which took place on April 21, 2022, 5-7pm GMT. The webinar covered a wide range of topics related to real impact investing, including how a business can benefit the environment and the community while being financially viable for businesses and governments. Many founders from around the world came to learn this essential information, and the event featured five celebrity panelists who were world-renowned investors and industry professionals who presented their insights on their respective areas of expertise. . Massimiliano (Max) Sulpizi, the founder of “EquityMatch.co”, hosted the event. He is also a passionate entrepreneur, venture capitalist, investment banker and executive, as well as the founder and managing partner of HSMI-Corporate Advisory, where he has advised clients on over €100 million in transactions and 50 million euros of fundraising in the infrastructure, fashion, real estate and technology sectors.
The session kicked off with Deborah Webster, the creator of AMANITM, a unique responsible decision-making framework and holistic approach to ESG. She has helped a number of accelerators and investors find companies and entrepreneurs. She has also worked with and coached entrepreneurs to help them develop ethical and sustainable businesses. Deborah talked about the essential tasks that every entrepreneur must do to run a business. “Every entrepreneur needs to take a very hard look at their business and its consequences and make sure they mitigate any potential negative impact and take responsibility for it,” Deborah said while clarifying that it all starts with the mindset. and attitude. to take responsibility and acknowledge every action.
Alessa Berg, entrepreneur, investor and advisor to funds and companies, then addressed the webinar. His thought leadership intersects with good impact and emerging technologies. Additionally, Top Tier Impact (TTI), the global ecosystem of impact and sustainability leaders, was developed by Alessa. She explained how impact investing is about doing good by introducing a quantitative and quantifiable metric. “I think what’s interesting here is to think a little bit about the root causes and thus dig deeper into the root causes of a sector, an area that needs a specific impact and that already has objectives to achieve that are clear to everyone,” Alessa said, as she considered how root causes can also define certain effects.
Hans Bernhard, an advisor to startups and start-up management teams, was one of the panelists who contributed to the participants’ learning. It also helps small and medium enterprises with unusual project opportunities with reliable investment partners. He underscored how natural it should be for investors to be interested in investigating any companies that claim to have an impact. “If someone comes along and says our team is working on some new protective technology, although I’m not a supervising doctor, and certainly not an expert,” Hans said, “at least I’ll look into it. if I’m interested, and I’ll take a closer look.
Jasiel KN Martin-Odoom, Senior Investment Associate, was also on the panel and discussed how an observable additive effect helps to have a significant impact on investing. His interest in impact investing led him to join the deal team at Unreasonable Collective, which makes Series A and B impact investments in internet startups that address issues such as management and climate change communication, the built environment, mobility and transport, and food and agriculture. “It’s important to have a particular investment or non-monetary injection into a solution that focuses on addressing at least one or more pain points of specific equal people,” Jasiel said during the discussion. He went on to discuss the important aspects that need attention saying, “I think what’s most important are the actual results.”
The session also included Nzube Ufodike, an entrepreneur, angel investor and investment manager with over twenty years of expertise. He spoke about the importance of integrating the UN SDGs into the real world of impact investing. In the UK and Emerging Markets, he is a member of the Board of Directors. He is also co-producer and host of the upcoming Slay Storiez TV show. He is the founding chairman of the EMBRACE SIG at the British Computer Society, Chartered Institute for IT, and former vice-chairman of the London Central Branch. During the session, he said, “It depends on meeting one of the UN SDG buckets and a measurable net.”
The webinar covered interesting facts about the approach to finance and the thinking of investors, which proved to be extremely beneficial for the participants. EquityMatch.co has planned similar seminars for the year 2022. Participants will also learn how to register for free membership on the EquityMatch.co platform, which will provide them with direct access to investors as well as marketing and promotional opportunities. . To get involved and learn more about upcoming webinars and events, visit EquityMatch.co’s social media platforms (LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter) and the www.equitymatch.co website.
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