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EARLY BIRD Two-day Summit Pass


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EARLY BIRD Three-day Summit Pass (Two-day Summit + 1 Day Workshops)


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EARLY BIRD Workshop Day (Day 3)


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Two-day Summit Pass


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Three-day Summit Pass (Two-day Summit + 1 Day Workshops)


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Workshop Day Only (Day 3)


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Workshop Day Only (Day 3) NFP, Start-up/Social Business,


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Single Workshop


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Single Workshop NFP, Social/Small Business


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Group (5 people) Ticket Two-day Summit


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Not For Profit Org & Social/Small Business Two-day Pass


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Summit Dinner


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** Includes Sticky Tickets booking fee.
Event Details

The Impact Investment Summit is the peak gathering of Asia Pacific’s impact investment

community, convening active investors and those exploring the development of an impact

investment strategy. Over the course of three days the Summit is designed to foster

knowledge sharing, build relationships and inspire greater commitment to deploying

capital for social and environmental impact.

Attending the event will be 300 investors ranging from private individuals, family offices

and foundations to institutional investors, large NGOs and government representatives.

Previous Summits have featured international speakers such as Amit Bouri (GIIN), Abigail

Noble (The ImPact) and Jed Emerson (Blended Value Group). This year’s keynote

speakers include Megan Starr (Goldman Sachs), Joy Anderson (Criterion Institute), Brian

Trelstad (Bridges Ventures), Durreen Shahnaz (IIX) and Randall Kempner (ANDE).

The theme for the 2017 Summit is Activate & Accelerate with regards to stimulating the

growth of impact investment across Asia Pacific. 

Doltone House Darling Island Wharf

48 Pirrama Road Pyrmont Sydney 2009, Australia

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Melanie Greblo
Impact Asia Pacific Pty Ltd

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