5th Element Group PBC is a global impact accelerator that creates “traffic on the bridge” between KPI-driven performance and SDG-aligned impact. We achieve this with client-partners through three practice areas, which integrate traditional and innovative impact strategies to facilitate “omniwin” value exchanges.
5th Element Group PBC opened its Delhi office in February under the leadership of country President, Pratik Gauri, and announced its strategy involving 5 iconic Indian brands.
As part of our dedication to collaboration as essential to accomplishing the UN Global Goals, we are making our way through the SDG Circle Tour Events schedule, which includes 5th Element-sponsored events and initiatives led by the growing social impact-motivated community.
September 25, 2019
5th Element Group Sponsors Women of Change Award Honoring Niyanta Spelman of Rainforest Partnership
September 23, 2019
Kristin Simmons art and mission featured in upcoming Fall edition of Real Leaders magazine SDG…
September 18, 2019
Impact investing is hot right now. This MIT Sloan article helps explain the “whyology” behind the trend.
September 9, 2019
5th Element Group featured as “Maestro of the Omniwin” in Real Leaders feature on leading…
The SDG Circle is a flagship initiative of 5th Element Group PBC in partnership with The SDG Impact Fund. SDG Circle events bring together corporate leaders, impact investors, visionary donors and social entrepreneurs who create “traffic on the bridge” between KPI-driven performance and SDG-aligned impact.
Born out of the Decade Of Women initiative launched at the United Nations in 2018, the SDG5 Global Alliance is an omniwin movement launched with sponsor funding from 5th Element Group and members of the SDG Circle. The SDG5 Global Alliance helps fund and promote inspirational activations supporting the empowerment of women and girls worldwide as key to achieving all 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals.
We are excited to announce that the SDG5 Global Alliance has commissioned an art piece to be unveiled at the SDG Family Office Impact Summit at the United Nations on September 5th. This piece, titled “Women of Change,” was created by the SDG5.Global Artist in Residence, Kristin Simmons.