What would a sustainable networking conference be without network partners who contribute their time, contacts and expertise? We are beyond grateful for the support from the following organizations:

#1 Impact Hub Inverness

Scotland’s first Impact Hub was established in 2017. It is a place for innovation, collaboration and co-working in the centre of Inverness. As it is imprinted on the logo, the organization was set up to support the development and growth of social enterprises across ‘the Highlands and Islands’. Our network partner especially focuses on finding solutions for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) ‘Good Health and Well-being’, ‘Decent Work and Economic Growth’ and ‘Sustainable Cities and Communities’.

#2 Wilderness International

This name has already been mentioned a few times in the last weeks and months. That is because Wilderness International is not only our network partner, but also supported GoGlobal.Green in compensating our emissions from the digital conference in 2021. The goal of the non-profit foundation is to protect unique wilderness areas for future generations. Since its founding in 2008, the organization was able to conserve more than 4.5 million square meters of valuable and endangered rainforest in Canada and Peru.

#3 Green Alley Award

In 2014 Landbell Group initiated the Green Alley Award, Europe’s first startup prize for the circular economy. Initially starting out as a waste disposal company, the Landbell Group has developed into a global service provider for environmental and chemical compliance. We already reported on the Green Alley Award about a month ago, when the hot phase of applications began for the eighth time in a row. Now our network partner is busy screening the numerous applications of innovative and sustainable start-ups before they are published on its website for public voting.

#4 Soft Land Partners

Our next network partner is dedicated to helping international companies successfully enter and scale in new countries and markets. The Soft Land Partners (SLP) network is a consortium of professional soft landing service providers, market-entry companies and support organizations from all over the world. Thus, they are pursuing the same goal as our GoGlobal.Green conference: to create a platform for international companies, start-ups and forward-thinking regions to get in contact with each other and create valuable connections to reduce market entry barriers.

#5 DE Hub Initiative

What does twelve digital hubs spread across Germany add up to? That’s right, a strong network that enables the exchange of technological and economic expertise, programs and ideas.

At each of these twelve digital hubs, start-ups, companies and research come together to find joint answers to the challenges and opportunities of digitalization. New solutions for industry-relevant fields such as artificial intelligence, mobility and smart infrastructure are developed in various innovation programs. They unfold digital potential – by combining innovative start-up ideas with the know-how of established companies and scientific excellence.

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