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Investment in social firms could rise 8-fold by 2025

India has emerged as one of largest destinations in the world for investors keen to put their money into firms doing good

Nita Bhalla 

Social enterprises in the country could attract up to $8 billion in investment by 2025, eight times more than in 2015, due to the scale of social needs and available capital in the fast-growing economy, a study by consultancy firm McKinsey & Company showed. Businesses designed to bring about social development have mushroomed in India over the last decade. Thousands of Indian start-ups have pioneered solutions aimed at improving services from water and sanitation to health, education and housing. India has emerged as one of largest destinations in the world for investors keen ...

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Investment in social firms could rise 8-fold by 2025

India has emerged as one of largest destinations in the world for investors keen to put their money into firms doing good

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