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An excerpt of DailySocial's discussion with the Gayo Capital team about its portfolio
"Many business leaders are seeing the relationship between long term success and sustainability, and that’s very heartening." — Jacqueline Novogratz, entrepreneur
There are various perceptions about the hardship of environmental impact business. First, it is difficult for startup players to generate inclome--let alone profit--and it obviously takes a long time. Second, these beliefs have limited investors' interest. However, that doesn't mean it doesn't exist.
Many startups are carrying a mission to save the earth instead of earning profit beforehand. In Indonesia, you can count it on the finger of one hand. It includes a renewable energy startup Xurya and waste management startup Duitin. The objective is to make the earth greener and friendly to humans.
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