India: Philanthropy and Impact Investing Complement Each Other

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Jan 2017
India, January, 18 2017 - Many sectors that facilitate social causes in India are at a nascent stage, hence philanthropy has a distinct role to play in complementing impact investments and creating a market that can attract commercial interests later, says Geeta Goel (43), director, mission investing at Michael & Susan Dell Foundation.

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