Have questions about impact tech + finance?  

I mean, who doesn't? 


If you are interested in learning about how entrepreneurs and investors are using

the blockchain, artificial intelligence & machine learning

 to build out the tools, platforms and systems necessary to 

 revolutionize the world of impact finance,  

we invite you to join us on this journey with us!

Whether you are a founder of an impact tech company or an impact funder, we'd like to work with you to build and enable tools, platforms and systems that are designed specifically for impact financing.

With our deep expertise in global impact financing, Intelligent Impact can provide advice and support to help you to navigate this new world of impact finance fueled by exponential technologies. 



About Us


Exponential technologies are going to change the world of impact finance, are you ready?


We provide advisory services, research, convenings, workshops and connections to make sure that you can embrace and catalyse exponential technologies for impact.

To book a free 15 minute consultation: click here

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Aunnie Patton Power founded Intelligent Impact in 2017.  A reformed M&A investment banker, she began her impact investing career in 2010 with Unitus Capital in Bangalore and has since worked with start-ups, intermediaries, funds, family offices, foundations, corporates and governments across Africa, Asia, Europe and North America. In addition to Intelligent Impact, she is currently an Associate Fellow at the University of Oxford's Saïd Business School, an Entrepreneur-in-Residence at the Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship, and an advisor to the Bertha Centre for Social Innovation at the University of Cape Town's Graduate School of Business. In these roles, she lectures on Innovative Finance across both schools' EMBA, MBA, Executive, MCOM and MPHIL programs. She also has a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) with Coursera called Innovative Finance.  Aunnie's work has been published throughout the world, including by the Oxford University Press, the Stanford Social Innovation Review (SSIR), the World Economic Forum, and the Impact Investing Policy Collaboration.

Please get in contact to learn more.