Stepping up to meet the global challenges we face today is going to need concerted action from us in all the various roles we play – as consumers, employees & bosses, voters & citizens, or parents & role models.
But critically, we will also need to make our voices heard as investors and business owners.
To move big business in a more sustainable and equitable way, we’ll need to vote with our investment funds. And most of us here on LinkedIn are investors – at the very least through the pensions that we own.
- know the companies your pension is invested in;
- understand what their policies are on key global issues, and;
- vote and influence their strategy based on their ESG impact.
In this episode of the Karmic Capitalist podcast, Georgia talks us through the purpose of Tumelo, and how she and her co-founders created a business to serve that purpose, working with some of the biggest pension providers such as Aviva and Legal & General.
There’s some great insight into working a model out for something that you are passionate about, figuring out the various stakeholders in a complex environment, and the expectations that come with being a purpose-led company.
I’d recommend a listen to this episode for at least two reasons.
First, for how to build a successful purpose-driven business based on identified early demand.
And second, because if you run any kind of pension scheme and are yourself values-driven, you should be looking at Tumelo for the pensions your employees are invested in.
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