Transparency: Theory of Change Spotlight

At Working Capital Fund (WCF), we invest in innovators. Our partners pioneer ways to disrupt complex supply chains that enable the exploitation of vulnerable workers, in accordance with our Fund’s Theory of Change (ToC).         We invest in companies which disrupt...

Leadership by Gender at Working Capital Investment Fund

Fewer than one-quarter of venture investments in the US go to start-ups with a female founder, and only one out of every seven goes to a female-led company, according to the latest All In report from Pitchbook and Microsoft.[1] At Working Capital Fund, our portfolio...

How Innovation Can Help End Forced Labor in Global Supply Chains

This post is part of the Council on Foreign Relations’ blog series on human trafficking, in which CFR fellows and other leading experts assess new approaches to improve U.S. and global efforts to curb trafficking and modern slavery. This post was...

2020 Impact Report

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WCIF Webinar: Pioneering Technology to Engage Workers

Technology is revolutionizing manufacturing and logistics in the global supply chain, but workers in the field and on the factory floor still suffer threats to their livelihoods, safety, and wellbeing. They lack information about their rights and the law, about health...

FinTech With a Labor Lens

September 17th, 2020 Financial technology – “FinTech” – is an area where investment has led to impact on a large scale. As a former fintech investor, I’ve seen FinTech cover a diversity of interventions: digital-first banking, payments, insurance, alternative lending,...