With our longterm experience, we carefully select companies and gather investors with common interest to invest in exemplary double bottom-line companies in the solar energy, affordable housing, and microfinance sectors.
Reduces CO2 emissions while fulfilling basic energy needs of low-income families, creating jobs, increasing productivity, and improving health and education.
Provides basic shelter for low-income families while also helping to build assets, improve security, and contribute to their overall financial well-being.
Helps low-income microentrepreneurs, particularly women, support themselves and stabilize income for themselves and their families.
Since early 2009, Sun King, earlier known as Greenlight Planet has been on a mission to serve the world’s nearly 2 billion under- electrified people with access to reliable, affordable, high quality solar powered energy solutions for light, mobile phone charging, and basic entertainment. Today, more than 90 million people in sub-Saharan Africa, Asia and Central America live safer, healthier, and more productive lives thanks to Sun King’s solar powered solutions.
Sow Good Investments is managed by Social Investment Managers and Advisors (SIMA) LLC, an SEC registered investment advisor known for innovation with 35 employees on the ground in emerging markets. SIMA’s principals are some of the longest-serving impact asset managers with cumulatively:
Our mission is to improve the lives of our ultimate customers at the bottom of the pyramid by providing demand-driven commercial capital to create and scale profitable businesses with exemplary financial, social, and environmental impact.
SIMA, the parent organization of Sow Good Investments, has a wide range of development finance, commercial, and socially motivated investors.
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