Article Title: “Has the Imperative Fund Cracked the Poverty Code?”
NEW YORK, NY–(February 24, 2016) –The Imperative Fund, a company which focuses on Sustainable Community Development™, redefining Impact Investing with a model that can lift communities out of poverty in 5 years or less while generating market competitive returns, today announced that it has been featured in equities.com. The article “Has the Imperative Fund Cracked the Poverty Code?” was published on Tuesday, February 23, 2016.
In the article, equities.com writer, Joel Anderson, discusses Imperative Fund’s project with CEO Camilo Galvis, who noted, “We actually believe poverty shouldn’t be measured by income per capita, but rather by the access (or lack thereof) to the basic goods and services that communities need to reach their natural potential.” He continued, “More productive members of society are good for business, good for social integration, and good for our progress as a human species. You never know, the next Einstein or the definite cure for cancer might lie in a curious mind in one of these communities and, without the variables mentioned above, it is highly likely that it falls through the cracks, as could already be the case so many times to date.”
Read the full article appearing on equities.com here: “Has the Imperative Fund Cracked the Poverty Code?”
About The Imperative Fund
The Imperative Fund works on sustainably lifting communities out of poverty, in 5 years or less, while recovering 100% of the invested funds and generating market competitive returns. In implementing its model, Imperative aspires to become the most efficient Fund/Company working to bring communities out of poverty, without being dependent on local, central or federal government support. Furthermore, Imperative envisions becoming an outsourcing alternative for governments in their strive to provide access to all the goods and services required to mobilize a community to its next level of social and economic development and environmental sustainability.
By harnessing today’s financial and technological innovation within an open market economy, Imperative’s framework eliminates the association between low-income and poverty. Through a private fund investment strategy built on rigorous by-laws, algorithmic computation and sociological analysis, Imperative bundles social enterprises to deliver a suite of goods and services tailored to the needs of each community. For more information, please visit:www.imperativefund.com