Overview

Working Capital is an early-stage venture fund that invests in scalable innovations to meet the growing corporate demand for more transparent and ethical supply chains—addressing the urgent need to protect vulnerable workers and source responsibly. It was initially incubated by Humanity United, which is founded by The Omidyar Group, a diverse collection of independent organizations and initiatives.

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2020 Impact Report

Click the links below to download and view Working Capital's 2020 Impact Report and affiliated documents. 2020 Impact ReportDownload 2020 Impact Report SummaryDownload 2020 Impact Report Press ReleaseDownload

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2020 Impact Report Press Release

Working Capital Innovation Fund Releases 2020 Impact Report Media Highlights: The Working Capital Innovation Fund supports systemic improvements in the protection of labor rights in global supply chains.Working Capital's 2020 Impact Report outlines the process for...

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Upcoming Events

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FEB

Presented by

Emily Franklin
Fashion for Good | Innovation Associate

Laura Rubbo
The Walt Disney Company | Executive Director, Global Public Policy

Daniel Viederman
Working Capital Innovation Fund | Managing Director

A Webinar: Upstream Due Diligence

Organization for Economic Cooperation & Development

 

Description

This session will seek to identify practical approaches to increasing visibility on upstream risks linked to key commodity supply chains.

Feb 3rd, 10:00 am11:15 am

 

Past Events

Working Capital Fund Webinar – How Worker Engagement Supported By Technology Can Lead To Change

 

Please join us for a 60-minute discussion with pioneers who are supporting supply chain workers with technology. We’ll discuss evidence of impact, challenges in the market, and the path toward large-scale implementation.

Dan Viederman, Working Capital Investment Fund (Moderator)
Vera Belazelkoska, Director of Programs, Ulula
Heidi Lehmann, Chief Commercial Officer, Kenzen
Erika Wennerstrom, CEO, Quizrr

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