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Committed businesses

Working together in the Race to Zero

Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) from all around the world are making the SME Climate Commitment. View the growing list of  businesses below. Have you made the commitment?

“I’m a big believer in a community coming together to make change happen. By making our commitment with the SME Climate Hub and joining the community I’m convinced that we’ll be able to make an even greater positive impact on our climate. I hope that we can help other businesses meet their commitments too and offer our support in any way we can.”

Oli Cook, CEO & Co-Founder, Ekko

“We are at a turning point, where we must act quickly and effectively. Reducing and mitigating the adverse consequences of climate change requires the collaborative work of all.”

Edmond Grieger, Partner, Von Wobeser

“ROELMI HPC wants to pursue its commitment to exercising its business activity by operating according to a model of responsible, sustainable and transparent development; within this context, SME Climate Hub is the best way to perform concrete actions, useful for improving the climate and ecological transition. It’s time for small and medium-sized businesses to join the opportunity and drive the path to a rising future.”

Rosella Malanchin, CEO, ROELMI HPC

“No business – no matter whether it is small, medium or large – can be climate complacent. Given the importance of SMEs to the community and the economy, we ought to take a lead on climate action in our respective spheres. I am proud that Banka BioLoo is part of the SME Climate Hub community taking a climate-positive attitude and acting on climate change.”

Sanjay Banka, Executive Chairman, Banka BioLoo Limited

“Climate change represents both potential risks and potential opportunities for business. The private sector stands at a pivot point to help address these challenges by taking bold and innovative actions to reduce greenhouse emissions and grab hold of the opportunities to get ahead of the curve as shareholder mindset, consumer behaviour and markets change and evolve.”

David Sempala, Chief Executive Officer, RoyalWay Media

“It is not just about making a commitment, it is about taking concrete action and that is what we intend to do with the support of the dedicated tools and resources on the SME Climate Hub.”

Valentina Mintah, Founder, West Blue Ghana Limited

“Innovative and sustainable solutions are essential to addressing the climate crisis. BeCard tries to play its part by providing a digital, eco-friendly business card. I hope that many more green solution providers will share their innovations with the world and join us on the SME Climate Hub.”

Bogdan Popescu, Founder, BeCard

“Electron joined the SME CLimate Hub because we cannot afford not to invest in a net zero emissions future.”

Joanna Hubbard, CEO & Co-founder, Electron

“Yoghurt Barn is one of the first companies to become climate positive and we want to inspire our guests and other companies to follow. The time for climate action is now and the SME Climate Hub is a useful resource to help companies take action!”

Wouter Staal, CEO, Yoghurt Barn

“SMEs need to have strong support in terms of information and resources necessary to develop and prosper not only in a sustainable way, but also regeneratively with the environment. The SME Climate Hub represents a great opportunity to access the necessary tools to advance in the reconversion of our business models .”

Victor Dosoretz, CEO, Mantra Beauty

“All companies have a responsibility to take action, and I believe most of us want to. However, it is not always easy to figure out how to do so – therefore we are very grateful and happy to participate in SME Climate Hub and look forward to follow the path to become a climate resilient business.”

Asbjørn Dencker, Founder and Business Developer, Eace Gum

“The 21st century will be the century of the environment, or it will be no more.”

Maria Fernanda Garza, CEO, Orestia

“It takes a lot of good forces to create a better future and it is therefore part of our DNA to support great initiatives like the SME Climate Hub. The more we are, the better we can create.”

Anna Bäck, CEO, Kivra

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    Geekheads

    Information technology

    United Kingdom (of Great Britain and Northern Ireland)

    WARREN’S BARBER SHOP LTD

    Wholesale and retail trade

    United Kingdom (of Great Britain and Northern Ireland)

    Warwick Music Group

    Arts, entertainment and recreation

    United Kingdom (of Great Britain and Northern Ireland)

    The learn.fast centre

    Consultancy services other than legal

    New Zealand

    Regital

    United Kingdom (of Great Britain and Northern Ireland)

    Water Kinetics

    Manufacturing

    United Kingdom (of Great Britain and Northern Ireland)

    wavespark

    Energy

    United Kingdom (of Great Britain and Northern Ireland)

    INVERTER DRIVE SYSTEMS LTD

    Other

    United Kingdom (of Great Britain and Northern Ireland)

    Jott Europe Ltd

    United Kingdom (of Great Britain and Northern Ireland)

    Knoll Printing & Packaging

    United States of America

    We Can Change the World

    Education and research

    United Kingdom (of Great Britain and Northern Ireland)

    Webexpenses

    Information technology

    United Kingdom (of Great Britain and Northern Ireland)

    Horizon Industrial Products Pvt. Ltd.

    India

    WeDontHaveTime

    Information technology

    Sweden

    The Singing Grass

    Tourism & hospitality

    Tanzania (United Rep. of)

    Well Made Strategy

    Consultancy services other than legal

    Kenya

    2nd Skin Bikinis

    Wholesale and retail trade

    Colombia

    Holoxica Ltd

    Information technology

    United Kingdom (of Great Britain and Northern Ireland)

    The Way Forward 2045

    Other

    United Kingdom (of Great Britain and Northern Ireland)

    West Blue Ghana Limited

    Information technology

    Ghana

    West London Business

    Activities of membership organizations

    United Kingdom (of Great Britain and Northern Ireland)

    WestGlen Consult Ltd.

    Consultancy services other than legal

    United Kingdom (of Great Britain and Northern Ireland)

    WESTWAY COACH SERVICES LTD

    Transportation, logistics and storage

    United Kingdom (of Great Britain and Northern Ireland)

    Whitecart Security

    Information technology

    United Kingdom (of Great Britain and Northern Ireland)

    Whole Entertainment

    Arts, entertainment and recreation

    United Kingdom (of Great Britain and Northern Ireland)

    Dina Foods Limited

    Manufacturing

    United Kingdom (of Great Britain and Northern Ireland)

    Wildlife Works

    Other

    United States of America

    Ajuno

    United Kingdom (of Great Britain and Northern Ireland)