who we are and what we do
We are a global impact investor specialised in large-scale, long-term projects that provide solutions to the world’s many complex challenges.
Our portfolio companies contribute to national economic growth, helping to realise the opportunities for sustainable development that expertise in sectors such as: green technology, biotechnology, agriculture, housing, water, energy, telecom and education.
For the past 17 years, Jorge has been responsible for setting up and managing organisations as well as identifying opportunities to invest and giving Return on Investment to his shareholders and partners. Mitrelli is his stronger business case where he did a co-management buy out, becoming a partner in 2013. Jorge is a passionate for making social impact, regionally and globally.
While fostering sustainable development in a impact investment basis we seek a balance between:
Humans and the environmental wellbeing
Innovations and cultural traditions delivered as solutions
Global and local applied knowledge to address complex challenges
Economic growth and long-term social development
HOW WE WORK
A MULTI-STAKEHOLDER APPROACH
Cross-sector partnerships are the essence of Green Innovations’ approach.
In each of our areas, we work to align the interests of governments, citizens, development partners, investees, commercial and financial co-investors to secure positive outcomes that can be sustained over time.
IMPACT BUSINESS VALUE PROPOSITION
All of our portfolio companies are committed to meeting some of the crucial targets for the Sustainable Development Goals and use impact metrics which are validated by the impact investment ecosystem.
By using both as key performance indicators, we quantify and qualify our impact on a societal scale to ensure long-term value and return on investment.
THEORY OF CHANGE
Green Innovations applies the Theory of Change to each of our portfolio companies and their projects. This comprehensive method to describe and illustrate how and why a desired change is expected to happen in a particular context enables us to identify what interventions are needed to secure the outcomes necessary to achieve our long-term development goals. This focus contributes to the customised metrics we use to measure and manage our progress.