CarbonCloud, the Swedish food tech start-up that helps the global food service industry to lower its carbon footprint while improving profit margins, was today selected one of Europe’s 30 most promising cleantech start-ups by EIT Climate-KIC.
In connection with the relaunch of the Investor Marketplace on 23 September 2018, the 30 most investor-ready companies from the EIT Climate-KIC’s start-up accelerator were identified and invited to take part in a preparatory program towards the annual Venture Competition taking place at Slush in Helsinki in December 2018. EIT Climate-KIC is running the world’s largest cleantech start-up accelerator, and these 30 have been identified to be the ones most ready for investors to help scale up operations and open new doors.
It’s a great honour and inspiration to be selected one of the 30 most promising cleantech start-ups in Europe says David Bryngelsson CEO and co-founder of CarbonCloud. The support from Climate-KIC accelerator has been extremely valuable and we are looking forward to connect with the international investor community at Slush.
CarbonCloud started as an idea based on a research project at Chalmers University of Technology and their carbon labeling service CarbonAte helps restaurants calculate the climate impact of each ingredient used in cooking and also gives the restaurant guest a clear climate calculation for each dish presented on the menu. CarbonCloud was earlier this spring selected as technical partner for WWF and their One Planet Plate campaign and was also recently awarded the sustainability award by The Swedish Exhibition & Congress Center.
För mer information, kontakta:
David Bryngelsson, CEO CarbonCloud
Tel: +46(0)704 – 40 21 25
Mikkel Trym, Head of Climate-KIC Entreprenurship program in the Nordics
What is Climate-KIC?
EIT Climate-KIC is the EU’s largest public-private partnership addressing climate change through innovation to build a zero-carbon economy.
EIT Climate-KIC is supported by the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT), a body of the European Union that boosts innovation and entrepreneurship across Europe. The EIT has created numerous “Knowledge and Innovation Communities” (KICs) focused on different societal challenges, and EIT Climate-KIC is the innovation community addressing climate change mitigation and adaptation.
Climate-KIC has brought together a world-class network of partners—from businesses of every size, academia and the public sector—who share a common interest in tackling climate change. We create new partnerships to integrate research, business and technology in order to transform innovative ideas into new goods, services and jobs.
Climate-KIC offers services to entrepreneurs to help them create their businesses, and we train students to use their climate change knowledge in the business world.