GoImpact, a Hong Kong, China-based ESG and Sustainable Finance startup, raised Sequence A funding at a valuation of USD22M.
The spherical was led by Oriental Watch Holdings Restricted and a number one Hong Kong primarily based non-public investor.
The corporate intends to make use of the funds to permit an growth of the staff in Hong Kong and world wide and proceed to hunt partnership with establishments and organizations to additional their affect on a worldwide scale.
Based by finance business veterans Ms. Helene Li and Mr. Clarence T’ao, and a serial entrepreneur, Mr. Andy Ann, in 2020, GoImpact is an ESG and Sustainable Finance startup which has constructed an ecosystem developed to offer motion enablers constructed round 3 key pillars – GoLearn (training); GoNetwork (structured advocacy); GoInvest (deal move platform for sustainable investments). By way of its companions community with online-to-offline initiatives, GoImpact connects buyers with offers related to their pursuits.
The corporate’s studying framework contains synchronized and asynchronized studying programmes and workshops. The Studying programs are structured to align with the17 United Nations SDGs (Sustainable Improvement Objectives), in 5 key areas, specifically Local weather, Training, Well being, Inclusion and Biodiversity. Programs are acknowledged on accredited platforms in Hong Kong and the area, and embody Certificates Applications with Govt-training academy of distinguished universities in Asia. In a brief time period, GoImpact’s geographic attain has prolonged to five nations within the Asia Pacific, together with Hong Kong, Singapore, Thailand, India and the United Arab Emirates.
Other than ESG training, the corporate additionally engages in different areas to mainstream and drive the sustainability agenda ahead. It’s at present constructing an ESG ecosystem primarily based on 3 key pillars, specifically GoLearn (training), GoNetwork (structured advocacy) and GoInvest (deal move platform for sustainable investments), to allow actions on sustainable growth.