Blueprints is an investment platform for economic development projects set to disrupt a $33.5trn market (source IMF) with peer to peer technology and an equitable 50:50 model. This enables profits from projects to be reinvested in a scalable way, achieving both social good and investment growth.
After decades of development and billions in aid, why aren’t more developing economies self-sustainable yet?
Research by Nobel Prize Economist, Sir Angus Deaton, suggests that aid undermines development, limits growth, and increases corruption. Local communities see their natural resources stripped without sharing in the profits.
Instead of aid, Blueprints brokers fair and sustainable investments by bringing leaders in public, private and third sectors together. Our Summit Challenge Rooms match resources to investment in keystone projects, aligning stakeholders around a genuine plan of action.
These Blueprints will then be implemented on a 50/50 model, where 50% of the profit is reinvested into the region, creating regenerative economies and compound growth. We charge a 5% management fee for arranging the projects.
We have a global network of highly-influential supporters, which includes the likes of Lord Hastings CBE, Dr. Ernesto Sirolli, Richard Attias, & Dawn Nakagawa.
We recently built and ran a successful Financial Times Global Impact Summit on shifting from AID to development, whilst also bringing together some of the leading development organisations and businesses.
Our first project in Costa Rica is now operating, and we have a global project pipeline lined up in Colombia, East Africa, Cuba and Peru.
Disclosure: 2017/18 EBITDA: -£15,749.
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