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Tech Matters Fighting Unjust Labor Practices

We are the geek advisors to the Working Capital Investment Fund, an impact investing fund backed by major foundations. The fund invests in supply chain companies which have the potential to help major brands weed out unethical labor practices such as child labor, slave labor, and exploitation from their supply chains.

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Tech Matters Fighting Unjust Labor Practices

We are the geek advisors to the Working Capital Investment Fund, an impact investing fund backed by major foundations. The fund invests in supply chain companies which have the potential to help major brands weed out unethical labor practices such as child labor, slave labor, and exploitation from their supply chains.

Benefits

We assist with reviewing potential investments from a tech standpoint, and we help portfolio companies grow their impact.

Main Features

We are helping the Working Capital team with strategic technology advice on technology opportunities that can positively impact labor rights

Primary Audience

Supply Chain companies and organizations

Benefits

We assist with reviewing potential investments from a tech standpoint, and we help portfolio companies grow their impact.

Main Features

We are helping the Working Capital team with strategic technology advice on technology opportunities that can positively impact labor rights

Primary Audience

Supply Chain companies and organizations

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Ned Desmond

COO

Tech Crunch

"In order to have the broadest possible impact, Tech Matters is aiming for wins at the technology systems level that can benefit multiple organizations facing similar challenges."

Erin Reilly

Chief Social Impact Officer

Twilio

“Tech Matters has the technical expertise and staff to build this. We are confident they can execute and we are honored to play a small part.”

Jim Fruchterman

Founder

Tech Matters

“We’re building shared infrastructure for nonprofits, and these early donors were willing to place a bet that we could turn a concept into a new social enterprise that would serve hundreds or thousands of nonprofits.”