Early stage capital for businesses restoring refugee stability

ESG investing, Impact Investing, Amplio Ventures

Why Refugees?

There have never been more refugees on our planet than at this moment. Innovative solutions are needed to provide greater stability to 70 million displaced people. Access to and the ability to participate in the global marketplace is a powerful factor in regaining self-sufficiency.

Our Firm's Thesis

Refugees are both undervalued and overlooked by venture capital investors. By investing with a refugee lens and leveraging this undervaluation, Amplio Ventures, backs enterprises that are founded by refugees, leverage the refugee workforce and/or services the global refugee community as a market segment.

We believe:

Refugee entrepreneurs are worth backing;

The refugee workforce is worth leveraging; and

The global refugee community is a market worth serving.

The Impact of Being Refugee Centric

1 %
CREATE LOCAL JOBS

"In Uganda, 21% of refugees run a business that creates jobs, and, of their employees, 40% are citizens of the host country."

- Refugee Economies, 2017
1 %
OF FORTUNE 500

"In the United States alone, refugees, immigrants, and their children have founded 40% of Fortune 500 companies.”

-The Boston Globe, Nov 2016
1 %
of over $1B

"In the United States, 51% of start-ups valued at over $1 billion are founded by refugees and immigrants."

- The National Foundation for American Policy
1 %
higher return multiple

"Diverse executive teams produce return multiples 64% higher for their investors than their non-diverse counterparts." -

- Kauffman Fellows, 2020
$ 1 M
LOCAL ECONOMIC INVESTMENT

“In Turkey, there are over 10,000 Syrian refugee-owned businesses who have, since 2011, invested $344 million in local economies.”

-Worldbank, 2016

A Refugee Centric Investment Market is Emerging

Findings from a survey done of active investors clearly shows that there is an emerging need from the investment community for a firm focused on the refugee community

ESG investing, Impact Investing, Amplio Ventures

Source: Refugee Investment Network

The Refugee Crisis cuts across 13 of the 17 SDGs

The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, adopted by all United Nations Member States in 2015, provides a shared blueprint for peace and prosperity for people and the planet, now and into the future. At its heart the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which are an urgent call for action by all countries – developed and developing – in a global partnership

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