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Raymond Perrier to shed light on making NGOs investable

25-January-2013
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Raymond Perrier to shed light on making NGOs investable

Raymond Perrier, former Managing Director, Interbrand and a pioneer of brand valuation will speak on ‘Making Not-For-Profits more investable’ at a special event organised by Equitor Foundation i Bangalore on January 29, 2013. exchange4media is the support partner for the event.

Commenting on the initiative, Ramesh Jude Thomas, Managing Trustee, Equitor Foundation said, “We are trying to create a platform to inform individuals on making NGOs and (Not-For-Profits) NFPs more investable. Raymond is the right person to explain this concept to the audience, being the authority he is on a subject like Brand Valuation. The experience will enable people to help NGOs that are either impaired due to lack of money or talent.”

The event will also see the participation of entrepreneurs, SME heads and decision makers.

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