Young Innovators and Inventor Projects (YiiP's)

Social Innovation Investment Advocates.

We're advocates taking action to ensure young innovators and inventors, particularly the gifted, receive the resources and financial support they need to become active socially minded contributors of their talent for the good of the global community.

Advocates

We are committed to empowering young social innovators and talented inventors as a core part of our operating structure to ensure they receive the support sources and capital needed to prove their impact is understood and measureable.

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Supporters

We share priorities and focus with some of the most successful investment firms and philanthropists. We help service the needs of organizations that support under-served gifted and talented young innovators and inventors.

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Sponsors

Impact investing is emerging and proving to have the sustainable and scalable impact the world needs today, with $400B to $1 trillion (USD) invested capital for the next 10 years; profits from these investments can range between $183-$667 billion (USD).

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Activist

We are focused exclusively on social impact investments in the most promising social enterprises to help bring their products and services to market at scale. We're actively engaged with a deep commitment to this new and passionate world of investing.

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We Admire Champions Be Remarkable Projects

The Be Remarkable Movement is funded solely from our own efforts, with help from a handful of philanthropists.

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Melinda French Gates

What nonprofits can learn from Coca-Cola.

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Banned TED Talk: Nick Hanauer

Rich people don't create jobs.

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Credit Suisse

Investing for Social Change.

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Bill Burckart,

Impact Economy North America.

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Credit Suisse Wealth Report

Global Wealth All-Time High.

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Ondi Timoner, two-time Sundance Prize winner.

When genius and insanity hold hands.

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Marina Nash | TEDxAIMS

Connect, Empower, Educate, Restore.