Capital Missions Company (CMC): Investing for a Sustainable World

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Capital Missions Company (“CMC”) creates innovation networks of investors, business leaders, philanthropists and local green leaders to catalyze a globally sustainable economy. It was one of the early companies to operate to benefit society and now shares its innovation method freely at Capital

KINS Innovation Networks are self-organizing networks of key, collaborative, high-integrity leaders from widely-diverse fields who come together by invitation to achieve inspiring innovations while enjoying their kindred spirits.   “KINS” signifies that ‘we are all one.’   Their simple operating principles are based on the strategy of generosity, a ‘good deal for all’ and on people simply doing what they love to do best.

The company has moved billions of dollars into social investing.  In just one of its seven KINS networks for social investors, network members attracted $152.8 million into 250 socially-responsible companies plus $4 billion in follow-on capital from 1990 to today.

CMC or its CEO, Susan Davis, has served as the founding organizer for 20 KINS Innovation Networks, including leaders for social investment companies, women in finance, institutional investors, women angel investors, solar investors, Nigerian village women, African-American business owners, families with wealth of over $100 million, organic leaders, women business owners and sustainability leaders.

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