All Ashoka Partners
Ashoka's partners work together to invest in the people and patterns of collaborative entrepreneurship that are necessary in an Everyone a Changemaker® world.
Audemars Piguet is the oldest fine watchmaking manufacturer still in the hands of its founding families (Audemars and Piguet). Based in Le Brassus since 1875, the company has nurtured generations of talented craftspeople who have continuously developed new skills and techniques, broadening their savoir-faire to set rule-breaking trends. In the Vallée de Joux, at the heart of the Swiss Jura, Audemars Piguet has created numerous masterpieces, testament to the Manufacture’s ancestral savoir-faire and forward-thinking spirit. Sharing its passion and savoir-faire with watch enthusiasts worldwide through the language of emotions, Audemars Piguet has established enriching exchanges among fields of creative practices and fostered an inspired community. Born in Le Brassus, raised around the world. — www.audemarspiguet.com
Boehringer Ingelheim (BI) and Ashoka have partnered together in promoting innovative solutions to challenging health problems since 2010. By exploring the intersection of social entrepreneurship, employee talent development, and healthcare networks the teams have co-designed "win-win" solutions to global healthcare challenges. Solutions have come through increasing individuals’ access to healthcare and community health issues, especially underserved populations. Over 5 years, the team has supported 75 Making More Health fellows in 47 countries, launched 3 global open-source competitions finding 800+ health innovations worldwide, and engage 10% of BI's global workforce of 45,000.
The C&A Foundation and Ashoka have partnered together to improve the safety and accountability of all people in the fashion value chain. Ashoka and C&A are working to tap into this important driver of economic mobility for people worldwide to continue impacting the clothing industry.
Catalyst 2030 is a collection of social entrepreneurs, intrapreneurs, corporations, independent individuals, civil societies and governments, who have all come together in an effort to answer a simple question with a very complicated answer: How can we ensure the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals are met by 2030?
CRE approaches all planning – strategic planning, business planning, and program planning – as a process to make the best decisions now that will guide the organization in the future. They partner with their clients to ensure they are informed by meaningful data, leading to actionable decisions. Planning aligns stakeholders, sets clear goals for success, and supports organizations in making effective use of limited resources to ensure sustainability while maximizing and measuring impact. The end-goal of all planning efforts is to enable nonprofits to better achieve their missions in a financially sustainable way.