Technology can solve a lot of problems but it's value is hard to identify outside the tech sector. Through our unique methodology, we give asset managers and investors an edge. How? By screening for applied innovation across sectors and industries globally. Our methodology allows us to map innovation as it happens. We are owners of an Innovation Scoring System to complement ESG concepts and to add innovation as an investing metric.
& SDGs Adaptability
Status Quo Progress Resilience
Adding the I for Innovation to ESG
Applied innovation is essential and indispensable in any company, system, or investment process aiming not only for survival, but for adaptability and progress. While ESG criteria can be used to exclude and avoid harmful effects, innovation helps to solve some of the world's biggest challenges and has a measurable impact.
Innovation is paramount to achieve resilient, sustainable, and ultimately circular systems. Our methodology gives you the tools to add the I for innovation to ESG. The Singularity Score is the first and only metric to quantify a company's exposure to viable innovation.
But what exactly are Singularity Scores?
Our Singularity Think Tank helps us continually update our understanding of value chains and cash flows within the Singularity Sectors. This information allows us to calculate the Singularity Score. It represents a company's exposure to currently relevant innovation value chains and ranges from zero to 100.
The Singularity Score is a unique innovation indicator and a key metric in the construction of our investment strategies.
A Universe of Opportunities
Filtering for Applied Innovation
Our Process in a Nutshell
Define areas of exponential innovation: Singularity Sectors
Our Singularity Think Tank helps us in understanding the value chain of Singularity Sectors.
Deeper analysis of innovation value chains and the companies active within them.
Match revenue reporting with innovation value chain.
Determine companies' overall revenue exposure to Singularity Sectors: Singularity Score
Monitor and reassess innovation value chain twice a year (May and November).