On this glorious "orphaned" workday (got to love those mid-week HK public holidays) I am happy to report on interesting findings & developments this month -
Investment Focus - Introducing Zunosaki:
Zunosaki is a robotics company with a patented, uniquely portable wireless stroke rehab product that can help regain up to 90% of stroke survivors' motor control. Find out how this company is trying to be profitable and deliver much-needed social solutions through their distribution strategy >>
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Sector developments of note...
Social Impact Bonds are coming to Hong Kong...? But first, what are they?
Xiaomi commits to 5% cap on net profit margins - ok, there are obvious explanations e.g. their pricing strategy was extremely competitive anyway, so this could just be a way to "spin" the thin margins ahead of their IPO - but even so, this is a sign that CSR is moving deep into core business development strategies. And it's really pretty incredible.
Is shareholder value maximisation wrong, or just poorly defined? Read more about how Ricult's commitment to engage cross-sector collaboration proves stakeholder alignment is possible.
Looking ahead into May, I'm excited about the upcoming, inaugural FT Investing for Good conference in HK next week - let me know if you're interested in a catch up at the event!