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Every Thursday, BeeHive highlights a company or organization focused on profit & purpose that has us positively Smitten!

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Every Thursday, BeeHive highlights a company or organization focused on profit & purpose that has us positively Smitten!

Interested in being featured?
Submit your info below.









TPG Capital

TPG Capital, PR Crisis, Gender equality, women on corporate boards, sustainability, corporate responsibility, The Rise Fund, Jim Coulter, investment firm, public relations, corporate crisis

Stats: 

Founded in 1992; Led by Co-CEOs, Jim Coulter and Jon Winkelried; manages more than $119 billion in investments; active investors in over 200 companies; 17 global offices; 1000 employees

What’s Up: 

TPG has been committed to sustainability issues for more than 25 years. The firm considers a broad set of sustainability issues when assessing risk, valuation, profitability, and opportunity.

TPG utilizes The Rise Fund, its global impact fund, to achieve their ESG goals. A $4 billion platform dedicated to social and environmentally-driven investments, it is focused on “evidence-based impact investing”.

Why We’re Smitten:

In 2019 the leader of TPG’s Rise Fund was arrested and fired for his alleged role in the college admission scandal. Since that time the investment firm has continued with Rise and made series strides in gender diversity on the boards within their portfolio. 

We absolutely love when businesses take lemons and make social impact lemonade! This is how you bounce back from a public relations crisis: You make a name for yourself by adding 64 women to corporate boards at 53 companies.

Way to turn things around TPG. We’re totally smitten.

TPG Capital

TPG Capital, PR Crisis, Gender equality, women on corporate boards, sustainability, corporate responsibility, The Rise Fund, Jim Coulter, investment firm, public relations, corporate crisis

Stats: 

Founded in 1992; Led by Co-CEOs, Jim Coulter and Jon Winkelried; manages more than $119 billion in investments; active investors in over 200 companies; 17 global offices; 1000 employees

What’s Up: 

TPG has been committed to sustainability issues for more than 25 years. The firm considers a broad set of sustainability issues when assessing risk, valuation, profitability, and opportunity.

TPG utilizes The Rise Fund, its global impact fund, to achieve their ESG goals. A $4 billion platform dedicated to social and environmentally-driven investments, it is focused on “evidence-based impact investing”.

Why We’re Smitten:

In 2019 the leader of TPG’s Rise Fund was arrested and fired for his alleged role in the college admission scandal. Since that time the investment firm has continued with Rise and made series strides in gender diversity on the boards within their portfolio. 

We absolutely love when businesses take lemons and make social impact lemonade! This is how you bounce back from a public relations crisis: You make a name for yourself by adding 64 women to corporate boards at 53 companies.

Way to turn things around TPG. We’re totally smitten.