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Impact or Intention - Which is more important? Join us on a Clubhouse discussion on 31st Mar 2021
Impact or Intention – which is more important?
If an organisation puts money into social impact projects/initiatives does it matter what their intentions are or how they sourced the funds? Join us on this interesting and lively debate about the good, the bad and the ugly side of impact investing. The event is being run on social media platform Clubhouse at 10:30 UTC on Wed 31st Mar 2021
Why join EPIC?
We evaluate businesses against the Exponential Framework*, and provide investment opportunities in the ones that have a Massive Transformative Purpose (MTP) and are aligned to the SDG goals.
These business owners are committed not to growth at all costs, but to grow aligned with purpose, to build sustainable businesses and grow the (social) impact as they grow,
When you invest in an EPIC business, you are not just investing capital. You are joining a community committed to shifting the world on its axis for the better. You're doing good and doing well (since EPIC also filters on a 38% IRR potential per deal)
Investors make an upfront lump sum investment in exchange for a share in the revenue of a growing business, instead of taking equity share from the company.
Revenue-based financing has been gaining traction in the venture capital industry because it offers many benefits to both parties, such as tax-deductible repayments, a reduced exposure over time and aligned incentives across investors and investees.
We see it as a means to even better align investors with impact driven companies specifically since there is no dilution, no control given up and no need to push for exit. It is based on fundamental business economics and trust.
Examples of revenue-based financing success