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From exception to norm: that’s the trajectory that environmentally conscious people like you and us want the concept of “giving back to the planet” to take. At EcoMatcher, we know we’re not alone when we say we’d like more and more organisations to normalise both...

At a Unilever factory, back in 2015, six employees talked to their manager about starting a beauty and hair care course to prepare local women for jobs and entrepreneurship while simultaneously marketing Unilever products. The green signal came; the course was established. Just a year...

Interested in getting ideas on how to grow your business sustainably while helping to fight the climate crisis? Ideas that help your company to increase employee engagement, customer loyalty, and satisfaction? Bas Fransen, the founder of EcoMatcher, is passionate about addressing the climate crisis with...

The EcoMatcher team very proudly introduces TreeChain, offering the next level of transparency in planting trees using advanced blockchain (distributed ledger) technology: Every tree that has been planted and every tree that will be planted by EcoMatcher is stored and visible on EcoMatcher's TreeChain.Anyone can check any tree with TreeChain, including every tree's transaction history....

The EcoMatcher team proudly presents TreeApp 2.0, the next-generation mobile technology that allows you and your customers to: Virtually travel to every tree, and learn more about each tree and farmer;Plant trees in a transparent way in different parts of the world; Easily gift trees in various themes, like birthday and Christmas;Check your carbon footprint for e.g....

Consumer behavior trends continue to change. As a bystander, it is interesting to watch new customer preferences unfold. It is more daunting than enjoyable for companies because a new change equals an overhauled strategy that can set them up for success or pull shutters down.  Emotion-driven...

To mobilize large-scale environmental and social change, companies must understand the importance of ESG beyond simple box-checking. The overarching argument is that everyone has a duty to behave prosocially – this is only amplified manifold at the corporate level, where there is so much more...