Reachdesk, a global data-driven gifting platform, has announced the company officially achieved carbon neutrality in March 2022.
It partnered with Green Places, an all-in-one sustainability platform, to calculate the overall impact gifting has on the planet, measure its total carbon emissions and create a strategy to reduce emissions where possible.
Some of its initiatives include expanding its network of local vendors around the world to buy and ship locally, helping reduce cost, time and emissions as well as creating an internal team with one representative from each department who will implement actions at the ground level to proactively reduce carbon emissions and increase sustainability efforts across the company’s three offices.
In addition, Reachdesk partnered with RewardsEarth to plant trees around the world and offset carbon emissions.
Temy Mancusi-Ungaro, Chief Executive Officer at Reachdesk said: “Our mission at Reachdesk is to create moments that matter at scale while ensuring our work has the smallest impact on the planet and we’ve now done just that by reaching our goal of being a carbon-neutral global company.
“There are two major aspects of sustainability when it comes to gifting; number one is the sourcing of gifts and number two is the shipping of the gifts themselves and I’m pleased to report we’re positively creating change on both fronts.”
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