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Wed, Mar 10, 2021

11:45 AM – 12:45 PM (GMT+0)

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Curious about how technology can enable companies to incorporate social and environmental priorities into their strategies for success and inspire businesses to reinvent the mainstream? Look no further – the TechForGood pillar under the Social Impact Club is bringing top startups in the space on 10th March for a power-packed panel discussion as part of Social Impact Week. Sign-up now!

Joining us for this session would be:

Alex Stephany – Founder & CEO, Beam
Lexi Willets – Founder & CEO, Little Black Door
Jack Milligan – Co-Founder, Panda Packaging
Jules Buker – Founder, Treeapp

About the companies:

Beam is the world’s first crowdfunding platform for homeless people. Since launching in 2017, Beam has raised more than £1.5m in donations, helping hundreds of homeless people secure homes and start work in sectors facing skills shortages. Beam has won numerous awards including Best Tech for Good in Europe and Best Financial Inclusion Startup in Europe from MIT.

Little Black Door
With 80bn of new pieces of clothing consumed/ year, our wardrobe ways are unsustainable. Little Black Door is a social wardrobe that’s out to disrupt the way in which we engage with our fashion assets, to rethink and retrain our relationship with fashion. Their fashtech product aims to re-engage users with clothes that they already own. It uses existing wardrobe data to fill our social wardrobe space, letting users see what they own, share wardrobes online and off, encouraging borrowing between friends and connects to resale.

Panda Packaging
Panda Packaging use the principle of biomimicry to develop sustainable packaging innovations. They are building the technology to autonomously transform purely natural materials, such as bamboo, into a range of reusable, branded products for the foodservice and hospitality sector. The company proudly supplies these products to the likes of Virgin, Nobu, Farmdrop, and many others.

Founded by LBS alumnus Jules Buker, Treeapp is a mobile app allowing anyone to plant trees for free every day, in less than a minute. How does it work? In 4 easy steps:
1. Pick your favourite tree-planting project
2. Answer 3 questions from great brands
3. Your tree will be planted by our NGO partners, funded by these brands!
4. Track your positive impact directly on the app


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