Meet the ESG software startup prioritizing SMBs

Read the full story at GreenBiz.

There is no shortage of enterprise software firms vying to meet the needs of large companies seeking to calculate and manage carbon emissions information in a more automated, verifiable fashion. There are far fewer tools catering to small and midsize businesses — ironic when you consider that these enterprises account for at least some of the Scope 3 impact of bigger corporations.

New York-based startup Sustain.Life, launched in 2021 by a group that includes three former Walmart and executives, aims to fill that void. In May, the company raised $16 million in seed funding — led by its co-founder Mike Hanrahan along with early-stage Tapestry VC. 

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