Achieving Takeoff -- Part VI in Omidyar Network’s case for a sector-based approach to impact investing

October 3, 2012

To conclude our online series, we examine how impact investing can replicate the reach and success of microfinance and mobile telephony to new sectors. Through a shift to a sector-based approach, we hope to unite innovative entrepreneurs with the power of the markets to create opportunities and social impact for billions of people worldwide.

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