10 years of positive impact in Cambridge –can you support our future?
Can you back the next generation of impact start-ups in the city – to help them grow, thrive and create positive change? A new local social investment bond will soon be available – offering corporates a fixed return whilst supporting long term social and environmental impact.
At Allia Future Business Centre in Cambridge, our award-winning mix of workspace & support provides an impact community for those creating change.
Thanks to companies such as ARM, TTP, Real VNC and Xaar who invested in 2013, we were able to purpose-build our eco-friendly innovation centre. Since then, we’ve welcomed over 100 tenant companies to our community, and provided business support to over 1,400 entrepreneurs and start-ups.
Now, we’re celebrating 10 years of impact at our Future Business Centre – and we want to invite you to help support our future by investing with us in our new ESG Bond. Click here for indicative summary terms.
Through holding an amount of your retained profits in Allia’s new fixed-term secured bonds, you will be supporting these local start-ups and social enterprises – and can benefit from real ESG engagement, such as goodwill, brand enhancement or volunteering. Diversify your treasury holdings with an interesting secured asset offering a fixed return, while helping these innovative businesses to thrive and grow.
Helping local start-ups, and hopefully finding new ideas that can become successful global businesses, is important to us because we were once a small 12-person Cambridge start-up too. Through investing we have helped numerous new companies as well as generating more jobs in the area.”
ARM made three bond investments to help with the financing of Allia’s first Future Business Centre in Cambridge.
This is a market sounding to gauge potential interest in bonds proposed to be issued by Allia Ltd. It is not an offer to sell or a confirmation of an offer to buy any bonds described in this information.
For more information about Allia’s ESG Bond and to express your interest in investing, please contact
Martin Clark, CEO Allia Impact by clicking below.