Inas Nureldin (Tomorrow): Tech for good - how technology can drive social change

Tue, Jun 9, 2020, 6:00 PM (CEST)

About this event

Tomorrow is building the world’s first sustainable digital bank.

In addition to cutting-edge digital features, Tomorrow contains a variety of ways to use finance for good: With its customer deposits Tomorrow finances renewable energies, energy efficiency, sustainable mobility and micro credits and the Tomorrow debit card supports climate protection projects with every transaction. At the end of 2019 Tomorrow raised 8.5 million € series A capital to expand into European markets. The funding was led by sustainability investor ETF Partners. 

We're happy to welcome  Inas Nureldin – co-founder and CEO of Tomorrow.

After his studies of corporate management and economics Inas Nureldin co-founded a cloud software company which is the market leader in food chain traceability software today. After his exit he followed his passion in combining entrepreneurship with environmental and social impact and co-founded Tomorrow.

In this fireside chat, we will talk about the following questions: 

# How to start a disruptive social-impact tech-business from scratch?

# How to use tech for sustainable business models that are impactful and financially successful at the same time?

# "Tech for good" startups: what is their "toolset" for driving social change and what differentiates them from their competitors?

# Zebra vs. Unicorn: what are the monetization and growth strategies?

# What are the main challenges for a sustainable business in the traditional finance sector?

Come and join us for our virtual Fireside Chat on June 9th – 6.00pm (CEST). 

Looking forward to seeing you all... virtually!

Your Startup Grind Team



Tuesday, Jun 9
6:00 PM - 7:15 PM (CEST)

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  • Phin Mpofu (Startup Grind)

    Phin Mpofu (Startup Grind)

    Startup Grind

    Director, Success + Community

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  • Tini Mamuchashvili

    Tini Mamuchashvili

    SG HQ

    Community Manager for Europe & Africa

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