AVPN Myanmar Social Investment Summit 2019

Now in its 3rd year, the AVPN Myanmar Social Investment Summit 2019 will bring together a diverse group of funders and resource providers from Myanmar and the Asian region to discuss collaborative and outcome-focused social investment strategies and opportunities.

From corporate philanthropy to CSR to impact investing, the conference will cover a range of investment approaches, as well as concentrate on selected impact areas and AVPN’s curated selection of Social Purpose Organisations – NGOs and social enterprises – listed on its Deal Share Platform.

Highlighted Topics

The AVPN Myanmar Social Investment Summit will seek to:

  • Analyse the spectrum of capital available in Myanmar for maximum impact, thereby highlighting gaps and key opportunities for collaboration
  • Enable knowledge and experience sharing on a range of funding instruments, ranging from grants to debt to equity
  • Exchange experiences around building and scaling impactful SPOs through effective incubation, acceleration and other capacity building and support strategies
  • Explore deep dives in the areas of education, agriculture, access to finance, and tech for good

To learn more about the event, please visit: myanmar2019.avpn.asia

In Brief

Now in its 3rd year, the AVPN Myanmar Social Investment Summit 2019 will bring together a diverse group of funders and resource providers from Myanmar and the Asian region to discuss collaborative and outcome-focused social investment strategies and opportunities.

Venue Details

Pan-Pacific Hotel

Contact Details

emilie@avpn.asia

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