Agami Prize Partners & Thought Partners
Trilegal is one of India’s leading law firms. It has over 300 lawyers across four offices in Bangalore, Mumbai, New Delhi and Gurgaon. The firm provides services in areas of real estate, infrastructure, energy, technology and IT enabled services, M&A, Capital Markets, Private Equity, capital funds, corporate and commercial disputes, intellectual property, competition law and banking.
Ashoka is one of the worlds leading non-profits. It created the field of social entrepreneurship and stewards a network of over 3300 leading social entrepreneurs. Ashoka builds and cultivates a community of change leaders who see that the world now requires everyone to be a changemaker. The network collaborates to transform institutions and cultures worldwide so they support changemaking for the good of society. Ashoka is ranked as among the top 5 most influential non-profits in the world.
Omidyar Network is a philanthropic investment firm, established in 2004 by eBay founder Pierre Omidyar and his wife Pam. We create opportunity for people to improve their lives by investing in market-based efforts that catalyze economic and social change. In India, Omidyar Network focuses on helping the hundreds of millions of Indians in low-income and lower-middle-income populations, which we define as ranging from the poorest among us to the existing middle class. Omidyar Network has committed more than $1 billion through equity investments in for-profit companies and grants to nonprofit organizations that foster economic advancement and encourage individual participation across multiple areas, including Digital Identity, Education, Emerging Tech, Financial Inclusion, Governance & Citizen Engagement, and Property Rights.
Rohini Nilekani Philanthropies
Rohini Nilekani Philanthropies supports ideas, individuals and institutions that enable a strong samaaj (society), and that have integrity, ethical leadership, clarity of ideas and accelerated impact. We believe that in the continuum of samaaj, bazaar (market) and sarkaar (government), only a strong society can keep markets and state accountable to the public good and that we cannot be mere consumers of good governance; we have to co-create it.