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People | Planet | Prosperity

Inclusiv Ventures is a shared value, social business concept which support UN Sustainable Development Goals. 

The mission of Inclusiv Ventures is to facilitate stronger alignment of  the private sector and development actors in projects and ventures which bring sustainable solutions to poverty and exclusion.

Who we are

Inclusive Ventures is a Joint Venture involving Save the Children Australia, John Marsh and Steve Watt.

Save the Children is the world’s leading independent organisation for children. As a global organisation, in 2017 Save the Children directly reached more than 56 million children in more than 125 countries.

 

John Marsh has worked in both corporate and NGO sector and has 20 years experience in donor funded private sector work.

 

Steve Watt has worked in education technology business leadership roles for over 20 years.  

 

Save the Children is the world’s leading independent organisation for children. As a global organisation, in 2017 Save the Children directly reached more than 56 million children in more than 125 countries.

 

John Marsh has worked in both corporate and NGO sector and has 20 years experience in donor funded private sector work.

 

Steve Watt has worked in education technology business leadership roles for over 20 years.  

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Who we are

Inclusive Ventures is a Joint Venture involving Save the Children Australia, John Marsh and Steve Watt.

Save the Children is the world’s leading independent organisation for children. As a global organisation, in 2017 Save the Children directly reached more than 56 million children in more than 125 countries.

 

John Marsh has worked in both corporate and NGO sector and has 20 years experience in donor funded private sector work.

 

Steve Watt has worked in education technology business leadership roles for over 20 years.  

 

Save the Children is the world’s leading independent organisation for children. As a global organisation, in 2017 Save the Children directly reached more than 56 million children in more than 125 countries.

 

John Marsh has worked in both corporate and NGO sector and has 20 years experience in donor funded private sector work.

 

Steve Watt has worked in education technology business leadership roles for over 20 years.