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  • Ecosystem FAQ

    Who can become an Ecosystem Partner?

    Accounting firms, law firms, financial institutions, academic and research institutions, credit rating agencies, government institutions and regulators, and other entities with strong social missions who help in creating social capital markets are welcome to be an Ecosystem Partner. If your organization does not fall into one of these categories but you believe that it has additional services to be offered to our Investors, Social Enterprises or IIX, please contact us

    Do I need to pay to be an Ecosystem Partner?

    Becoming an Ecosystem Partner is free. IIX will not charge a fee at any stage of the registration or engagement process.

    How do I register to become an Ecosystem Partner?

    You can register on this page. After submitting the form, IIX will activate your account and notify you by email. IIX will reach out to you when we see an interesting opportunity where you can contribute.

    What is the engagement process between IIX and Ecosystem Partner?

    There is no uniform engagement process; the form of engagement depends on the needs of the particular Social Enterprise, Investor, and/or Impact Partners. If there is an opportunity for you to engage with a certain member, or in a certain stage of the investment process, we will contact you to explore possibilities.

    If my organization is picked to render a service, will it be paid for that service?

    The Impact Partners team may contact an Ecosystem Partner to introduce a Social Enterprise or an Investor if they are looking for a particular service. The Impact Partners team will only make the introduction upon mutual consent of the parties, and it is up to the Ecosystem Partner and the relevant Social Enterprise or Investor to discuss the details and conditions of the desired service. Fees will depend largely on the type of service rendered and the nature of engagement. In some cases, services may be rendered on a pro-bono or a discounted fee basis, however this will be at the discretion of the Ecosystem Partner.