This is an open invitation to the world

We envision a world in which every business acts on a social mission, and invite you to help shape a generation of Brands with purpose beyond profit, with more financial transparency, more reliable and measurable impact, and better incentives - powered by the blockchain.

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80% of consumers are likely to switch Brands, similar in price and quality, to one that supports a Cause.

Whereas reports by The Guardian1, Giving USA2 and the World Disasters Report3 only show how the nonprofit- and humanitarian sector has been suffering from a lack of trust due to a severe lack of transparency, poor incentives, and overall unreliable behaviour, interest from Brands in solving social issues has been on the rise, because they see the positive impact it can have on their business and the world.

CSR has become an excellent business opportunity for Brands, and for the first time, creating social impact doesn’t have to be solely not-for-profit.

We believe this is good news, because Brands have the resources, the talent, and the infrastructure to play a significant role in the humanitarian sector. And with a reported increase of people in need of aid, but a decrease in available funding 4, the corporate sector can play a vital role in achieving those Sustainable Development Goals by 2030.

The nonprofit sector is struggling
& it's time for reinforcement.

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Public trust is eroding

Due to the many issues in this sector that have persisted for decades, trust gradually wears away in the nonprofit sector.

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Donations are shrinking

As a result, charitable donations are on the decline in a time where there is an increased need in funding.

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Social problems increase

Pressing societal issues in dire need of sustainable development are left unattended, worsening the situation further.

The current model isn't working...

Former United Nations Secretary General, Ban Ki-Moon, called for a review of the entire humanitarian sector right before the World Humanitarian Summit 2016 in Istanbul.

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“We're still working in an old-fashioned, centralised, top-down system, which believes in the fallacy of control. We're stuck, and we're not talking about the real issues, which are incentives, behaviour and governance. What we need is a whole new eco-system of smart humanitarianism, which responds to what is needed, which is flexible and diversified, and which is financed in new, smart ways.”

We believe that Corporate Social Responsibility can bridge the gap between the nonprofit and the for-profit sector &, attracting more funds and talent, and create more sustainable social impact.

Introducing the world’s first blockchain-based CSR platform.

Inpactor brings Brands, Causes, and Volunteers together on a social media platform equipped with features and technologies to raise funds, volunteer, manage social projects, measure and report impact, and much more.

Inpactor will be underpinned with blockchain technology, and powered by CSR Tokens. Using Distributed Ledger Technology and Smart Contracts, Brands, Causes, and Volunteers can collaborate on creating social impact in a reliable, transparent, and measurable way.

We envision a world in which every business acts on a social mission. And we invite you to help shape a generation of Brands with purpose beyond profit...

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Get ready for a blockchain-based platform that creates financial transparency, better governance, reliable causes, measurable ROI for brands, and more social impact!

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