In this exciting panel discussion founders working in the circular economy sector will get you up to date on the latest trends, challenges and innovations.
When it comes to financial literacy, women know less than men, but they know more than they think they know. History shows that women can be - and are - great at investing, but they simply invest less than men due to wealth gap and financial education gap.
Are you interested in sustainability? Or have you been thinking about how you can invest your money wisely for a while?🤔 Then you've come to the right place!🥳 In this event, we will look at how sustainability and finance together can become something really big.
Over the course of the past years, an accelerating shift towards renewables has boosted the growth of the global smart energy market, which is projected to reach $253 billion by 2021.
Investing is often seen as a male-dominated field — but this doesn’t mean this perception can’t (and shouldn’t) be challenged.
Can investing be a catalyst for positive change? Spoiler alert: yes.
ESG investing is typically seen as the go-to method for those investors that want to do good in the world. It is increasingly popular, but is it really made for the sustainable challenge?