Web with Sense: How to build a Start-up that is not only profitable, but also improves the world
Did you know there is a search engine that can help plant trees and fight the climate crisis? If you have a budding idea for a startup that will change the world, this talk by Christian Kroll can help guide you one step closer to your goal. See how to set up a social enterprise and take your idea from seedling to a fully-fledged concept.
Christian is the founder of Ecosia, the search engine that plants trees. He launched Ecosia after a one-year trip around the world to help people in developing countries and become proactive about climate change. The Berlin-based search engine now has over fourty employees and the company generates millions in sales, which translates into a tree being planted every second. In his lecture, Christian shows how to set up a social enterprise and discusses the hurdles you’ll have to overcome.
Christian Kroll is the founder of Ecosia – the search engine that plants trees. He launched Ecosia after a one-year trip around the world to help people in developing countries and do something about climate change. In the meantime, the Berlin search engine has over fourty employees and, thanks to the many millions of users, plants a tree every second.