China: The Next Frontier In Venture

In Thomas Friedman’s award-winning 2005 book, The World Is Flat, he highlighted how globalization had leveled the playing field, offering all competitors an equal opportunity. The book focused heavily on outsourcing and offshoring, which were dramatically changing industrial manufacturing in the U.S. at that time. While “real world” businesses were facing fierce competition and disruption, the “new world” business arenas of technology and the internet were largely immune, as U.S. stalwarts like IBM, Intel, and HP flourished as undisputed champions.

Looking Back And Thinking Ahead: 10 Lessons Learned After 10 Years Of Managing Large-Cap Sustainable Growth

We are excited to reflect on our ten year anniversary for the Large-Cap Sustainable Growth strategy. We are pleased that our long-term results have demonstrated that there does not have to be a trade-off between strong performance and smart investments that help address some of our society’s trickiest sustainability challenges. Consistent with our investment team’s culture of continuous improvement, we are also humbled by all that we have learned over the past decade, and all that we have yet to learn.

Looking Back And Thinking Ahead: 10 Lessons Learned After 10 Years Of Managing Large-Cap Sustainable Growth

We are excited to reflect on our ten year anniversary for the Large-Cap Sustainable Growth strategy. We are pleased that our long-term results have demonstrated that there does not have to be a trade-off between strong performance and smart investments that help address some of our society’s trickiest sustainability challenges. Consistent with our investment team’s culture of continuous improvement, we are also humbled by all that we have learned over the past decade, and all that we have yet to learn.

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