Salesforce changed the game for how sales and marketing teams interact with customers and manage deals – their CRM platform is known and loved by over 150,000 businesses.
But the vision doesn’t stop there.
Earlier this year Salesforce added sustainability as a core value, integrating climate action across every department of the company.
They’d already been living up to this value in two key ways:
Today, Salesforce is going even further by launching Net Zero Marketplace – and we’re excited to announce that Lune is an inaugural partner.
Net Zero Marketplace is a climate action hub and a trusted site for organisations to purchase carbon credits from ecopreneurs. It aims to:
Salesforce has a huge presence and influence in the cloud software space, and by launching Net Zero Marketplace, they’re using their platform to drive positive change for the planet – enabling businesses to easily access carbon projects on a trusted and transparent platform, and inspiring other businesses to use their platform for environmental good too.
The focus on transparency around carbon credit quality and scalable climate impact aligns closely with what we do at Lune – so we were incredibly excited to learn about Net Zero Marketplace, and to be able to work with Salesforce to bring it to market.
Salesforce chose to partner with Lune for two primary reasons:
Lune’s library of trusted, high-quality carbon projects will be available through Net Zero Marketplace – and we’ll continue to collaborate to accelerate progress on our common goals.
As part of the announcement of the Net Zero Marketplace, Lune’s founders – CEO Erik Stadigh and CTO Roberto Bruggemann – attended Salesforce’s annual Dreamforce conference in San Francisco, with Lune hosting a session: Maximise your carbon offsetting impact.
The key discussion points were maximising the impact of business offsetting through:
Have a question about the Net Zero Marketplace partnership between Lune and Salesforce? Couldn't make Erik's Dreamforce session but want to ensure your business offsetting is maximised for impact? Get in touch – we’d love to chat.
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