INVESTMENT FUNDS play a big part in the growth and future of companies and the connection to executive searches. Ap-Executive.com reports that companies have become reliant on executive search firms when trying to fill gaps at very critical positions.
One company who has experience and knowledge using funds towards executive search is Goldman Sachs. The corporate recently began an initiative titled, "Launch with GS" to further invest in women-led companies and investment managers.
"There are three main drivers with our launch program," Head of Launch with GS, Jemma Wolfe said.
The company details how they use a three-component system to further invest funds towards the hiring and selection of employees.
Three main drivers of Launch with GS
One of the first ideals the company focuses on is narrowing the investment gap. The main focus is on profit and using the economic goal as an investment opportunity towards growth as a whole.
"We are doing this because we see it as a strong investment opportunity," Wolfe said.
Another perspective of why the company created Launch with GS revolves around the values and beliefs the company entrusts on. The company's mindset revolves around the ideal that "investment opportunity is really embedded in beliefs that diverse management teams build better businesses."
The third focus details the importance of community engagement and investment funds towards the betterment of the current ecosystem.
The main reasoning behind the three big ideals of the Launch with GS is narrowing on the investment gap using the funds towards an increase for profit and holding dear to the fact that diversity teams will outperform its competitors.
So Why the Launch Program?
"Our primary goal is really narrowing the investment gap," Wolfe said. "We view the investment opportunity to invest capital."
Goldman Sachs is focused on the real world and the assurance that the money is being used towards businesses of people with diverse backgrounds.
"We are looking for the best opportunity, no matter what the business looks like," Wolfe said.
Currently, Goldman Sachs is invested in a variety of companies, one of which focuses on data analytics outside of the United States.
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