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A Place to Call Their Own — Acumen: Ideas When the Prophet Muhammad first started to share the words of the Qu’ran and spread Islam, he was forced to flee his home of Mecca due to persecution. He, along with the Emigrants who had left their homes behind for the sake of their faith, found refuge with the newly converted Muslims in Medina. These Muslims — known as Ansar, or “The Helpers,” — embraced Muhammad and the Emigrants as their own, providing them with food, shelter and security. It is this spirit of generosity and brotherhood that led Jawad Aslam to create Ansaar Management Company (AMC), an Acumen investee that provides affordable housing to the low-income communities living amidst Pakistan’s rapidly growing urban sprawl. A Muslim himself, Jawad was dedicated to providing everyone in Pakistan, regardless of income, with a place to call home. “The Ansar truly embodied the concept of brotherhood, showing how an ideal society of complete strangers could live and thrive,” Jawad said.
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You Can't Judge Market Size by This Slide - NextView Ventures Tim Devane • January 7, 2016 • 3 min read I’ve been meaning to follow up on Rob’s post last month highlighting the competitor slide as the least informative in an investor pitch deck. I’d like to nominate another: the market size slide, which is usually dominated by graphics like these: As investors, we’re considering the total addressable market for a given product or service immediately upon hearing a vision for it: How many users and/or customers are there for this? Honestly, this is often too simple and retrospective a question to suffice as a starting point for diligence, but that’s a topic for another post. How to Be an Impact Investor I have a New Year’s money resolution for you that would be good for your financial future and the world’s: Become an impact investor in 2016. And I’ll tell you how in a sec. Impact investing, the buzzy term in investment circles these days, means investing for a financial and a social-impact return. A recent U.S. Trust survey found that roughly a third of high-net-worth investors either own or are interested in owning social-impact assets. Retirees are keen on impact investing, too, according to a Merrill Lynch/Age Wave survey: 72 percent said that, compared to other ways of giving, social impact investing “can be more effective in getting results for causes I care about” and 43 percent noted that “seeing my rate of return helps me to measure how much impact my giving has.”