France-based Keewe, which claims to decarbonise businesses, has reportedly raised €1.25m in funding.
The capital came from “selected business angels”, such as former BNP Paribas head of trading Guillaume Amblard, Smart Lenders Asset Management partner Jérôme Camblain and many others, according to a report from Crowdfund Insider.
With the funds, the company is looking to boost its commercial deployment and finish its ecological transition product.
Keewe lets a business process their international financial transactions and generate planet dividends. These can be used to trigger the ecological transition and earn cashback on payments.
The company aims to reduce carbon footprints through foreign exchange transactions, it said. Furthermore, the company claims to have over 80 clients and helped offset 4,000 tons of CO2.
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