Washington, DC (PRWEB) June 21, 2012
Bluewater International, a leading growth management and investment company headquartered in Washington DC, today announced its “Impact Investing” strategy and mission, aligning the company’s core values and experience with not only the success of their clients and partners, but also addressing solutions to societal problems.
“Impact Investing,” is gaining currency as businesses and commercial investors see the value in focusing attention on the positive societal impact as well as the financial success of their companies and portfolios. According to the Monitor Group in 2009, impact investing is projected to grow from 50B to 500B by the end of the decade.
Norman Willox Jr., CEO and Managing Partner of Bluewater International, has dedicated much of his career to understanding and finding solutions for the economic and social problems associated with identity theft, terrorism, cybercrime and healthcare fraud. Willox has a distinguished career building, selling, and operating successful companies in the homeland security, cyber and information security industries.
Willox explains, “The societal impact of these problems runs deep. Non-profits addressing these challenges struggle to remain effective with reliance on the volunteer and charitable donation model. By contrast, a business with the dual purpose of making profit and addressing societal problems self generates the resources to sustain the assault on these problems. It’s a win-win-win for investors, the company and society.”
Bluewater International delivers strategic knowledge, relationships, and resources to drive measurable growth to their clients, providing all the benefits of a seasoned, successful, executive boardroom, with no recruiting risk or outsized fees. Bluewater International risks its resources to assure its client’s success and shares in that success.
Bluewater International executives possess both operational and executive leadership experience in homeland security, cyber security, information management, and energy.