Catalyzing local capital to support enterprises to create impact at scale

What We Do

A first-of-its-kind angel investing network to catalyze local capital and back high-potential Philippine enterprises through customised incubation, technical assistance, and investment readiness to prepare to raise capital.

Who We Are

Villgro and xchange have combined their decades
of experience investing in impact entrepreneurs to address key gaps in the Philippine ecosystem. The Impact Pioneers Network is jointly designed, developed, and managed by Villgro and xchange. 

Our members are high net worth individuals (HNWIs), family offices, corporations, and foundations that believe in the power of entrepreneurship to solve pressing social and environmental challenges. ​

We are looking for

Investors

Individuals or institutions who believe in the power of entrepreneurship and are looking to give back and create impact by investing in promising and exciting entrepreneurs in the Philippines.

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Impact entrepreneurs

Founders of early-stage impact enterprises in the Philippines solving the most crucial social and environmental challenges.

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Enterprise Support Organizations

Organizations that provide support to some of the most innovative and driven impact entrepreneurs in the Philippines

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Service providers

Firms specializing in accounting and finance, branding and marketing, legal services, and due diligence catered towards Philippine impact enterprises

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Our vision is a resilient, inclusive, and equitable Philippines.

Why it matters

The network aims to contribute to the Sustainable Development Goals and support impact entrepreneurs in key sectors that remain underserved in the Philippines, where innovation and entrepreneurship can play a pivotal role in addressing challenges that continue to prevail.

Climate Action

Women and Girls

Education and Employment

Affordable Healthcare

Agriculture and Fisheries

Impact Pioneers Network would not be possible without the generous support of the
Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and the United States Agency for International Development