Introducing the Global Forest Program
September 26, 2019 – Hong Kong. If you are a company looking for ways to help combat the global climate crisis, and improve employee engagement at the same time, EcoMatcher’s new program, the Global Forest Program, maybe what you are looking for.
With EcoMatcher’s Global Forest Program, companies can now elect to plant trees in different parts of the world*. Through EcoMatcher’s technology platform, they can get a comprehensive bird’s eye view of all trees within their global forest. Trees in the company’s global forest can be gifted individually to employees.
For example, with EcoMatcher, a company with 3000 employees can elect to plant a forest of 1000 trees each in Guatemala, Uganda, and Thailand. Each tree is captured in EcoMatcher’s technology platform bringing full transparency. Trees can then be “gifted” to employees who can each virtually visit their tree through the EcoMatcher website. They can also view all trees within the company’s global forest, fostering a sense of belonging, and making the employees a part of the company’s global sustainability journey.
“A few months ago we introduced the concept of planting a forest, which is 1000 or more trees in one location”, says Bas Fransen, CEO and Founder of EcoMatcher. “In working with our global customers, we saw the need to develop a turn-key solution for companies who want to engage their employees in the fight against climate change in multiple locations across the world. This is a clear win-win solution for all, including Mother Nature.”
EcoMatcher plants trees and forests with foundations that EcoMatcher vets. Through their technology, EcoMatcher knows everything about each tree planted, offering full transparency to customers who plant trees with EcoMatcher. Customers can travel virtually to their trees as well as use trees as corporate incentives. Corporate incentives can include, but are not limited to, as rewards for finishing market surveys, as meaningful corporate gifts, or as gifts to employees.
*MOQ for Global Forest is 3000 trees
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