The end of the 2014 AVPN conference brought with it the announcement of a new Knowledge Center, which has the potential to spread practical tips in the growing Asian philanthropic space.
The Base of the Pyramid refers to the four billion people living in emerging economies. Collectively, they represent an untapped market of USD $5 trillion and a blue ocean opportunity for businesses to grow by reaching new markets and improving lives.
The Philanthropy in Asia Summit in Singapore this year seeks to mobilize the new wave of Asian philanthropic leadership. Will you join us at the event?
Government partnerships are essential for achieving scale but can be a challenge to manage. Here are a few tips from AVPN 2014 on how you can manage these tricky partnerships.
Impact measurement — everyone is talking about it these days, but few people get it right. How should we approach impact measurement when different stakeholders want different things? What’s still missing from the way we design impact measurement?
One of the most important lessons from this year’s AVPN conference: the social challenges in Asia should no longer being tackled in isolation, but through systems change.
Reject the notion that you “can’t.” Act with a sense of urgency. Be a driver of systems change. And 5 additional takeaways from this year’s AVPN conference on social investing.
Social enterprises are a growing phenomenon in Asia. This guide will help you understand what they are, how they function, and how they contribute to social and environmental change in Asia.
AVPN’s 2014 Conference starts later this week! And this year, things get real. We’re moving beyond theory to real-world examples of success and failure in the social impact space.
In the last part of our interview with Hasina Kharbhih, she shares with us the inspiration that’s fueled her mission to promote social entrepreneurship and end human trafficking.