There’s a Market for Social Change, So Why Not Invest In It?

A Response to openDemocracy’s ‘The blindness of using venture capital to fight human trafficking’    WORKING CAPITAL FUND TAKES ON THE PROBLEM OF FORCED LABOR AND EXPLOITATION IN GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAINS WITH VENTURE CAPITAL. openDemocracy published...

The Fund’s 2021 Annual Meeting 

— 5TH Annual Working Capital Virtual  Event  SEPTEMBER 22ND, 2021 In late September we hosted our fifth Annual Meeting of Limited Partners and portfolio companies. We heard presentations from WCIF’s newest investments. We also convened three Workshops on topics...

2020-21 Annual Report

As we continue to learn, we are excited to share the insights we have gained about using investment capital to address supply chain labor rights.   The Working Capital Innovation Fund (WCIF) released its second Annual Report, focused on activities undertaken and...

Portfolio Spotlight: Quizrr

Portfolio Spotlight WCIF sat down with Quizrr Co-Founder Sophie Nordstrom, and Head of Product Management, Sandra Granath, to understand what makes Quizrr unique in its field and how global events have generated innovation and expansion for this education technology...

This is the International Year for the Elimination of Child Labor

In the webinar linked below, Working Capital Innovation Fund is introducing ‘cool, innovative and practical solutions’ to the problem of child labor, to an audience of SMEs and multinational corporations associated with the International Organization of Employers....