Unveiling the Power of Tech for Environmental Regeneration with Mathias Boissonot
Ever wondered how to bridge the gap between technology and sustainability? Let us introduce you to our guest, Matthias Boissonot, founder of Handprint Tech, a company that"s revolutionizing the way businesses approach environmental challenges. Handprint Tech has devised an ingenious way of incorporating science to infuse an element of regeneration into customer experiences. Buckle up as we explore the innovative methods they"ve employed to increase sales across e-commerce and advertising industries. In this next chapter, we plunge into the world of digital banking with Matthias. We unravel the groundbreaking strategies that Handprint Tech has been utilizing to engage the younger audience, including their collaborations with banks to develop climate action programs. Listen to Matthias outline how they"ve helped over 200 companies reach their sustainability goals using LinkedIn, calculators, and lead magnets. Find out how Handprint Tech is not only scaling beyond the startup phase but also making a quantifiable and verified impact on the environment. It"s a conversation that will leave entrepreneurs and sustainability enthusiasts buzzing with ideas!Late Night Internet Marketing and Online Business with Mark Mason Start and grow your very own online business, even if you have a day job . Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show Am I adding value to you? If so - I"d like to ask you to support the show. In return, I will continue to bring massive value with two weekly shows, up to 3 hours per month of brilliant conversations and insights. Monthly subscriptions start at $3 per month. At $1 per hour, that"s much less than the minimum wage, but we"ll take what we can at this stage of the business. Of course, this is still free, but as an entrepreneur, the actual test of anything is if people are willing to pay for it. If I"m adding value to you, please support me by clicking the link now. Go ahead, make my day :) Support the show here.
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