The Future of Impact Investment in Indonesia

Slowly but surely, impact investment is gradually growing

How many startups and investors in Indonesia are using an environmental, social, and governance (ESG) approach or better known as impact investment in running their business? The answer is indeed limited. There are many factors to cause this. However, the digital economic entities are recently paying attention to this aspect.

In fact, Indonesia is not as mature as developed countries with regulations that “force” more players to make impactful investments. Apart from the current digital ecosystem which is yet to mature, there are a number of factors that hold the rise of impactful investment.

Piotr Jakubowski founded nafas with a focus on raising public awareness of the importance of clean air. Nafas allows an individual or corporation to participate as a sponsor in providing air quality sensors.

Written by: Bintoro Agung