Ashish Gadnis is the Co-Founder and CEO at BanQu Inc., a software company that’s helping unbanked populations in developing countries to build financial identities using its Blockchain technology. Since joining Anheuser-Busch InBev’s 100+ Sustainability Accelerator powered by Highline Beta – the company has achieved an impressive 100% growth rate (onboarding 300,000 last-mile-first-mile – up from 3000 in 2017), and developed partnerships with big players like Nestle, IDB, RSM Spain and Japan Tobacco.
AB InBev, the world’s largest brewer and its 100+ Sustainability Accelerator powered by Highline Beta is a great example of corporate-startup collaboration.
AB InBev, the world’s largest brewer, launched 100+ Sustainability Accelerator. Powered by Highline Beta, this global program challenges startups to deliver and scale their green initiatives worldwide to unlock exponential impact.
This simple device could prevent widespread damage from future water crises. Spout isn’t Ari Kaufman’s first venture. Far from it. The water safety testing device startup is the serial entrepreneur’s seventh company — and perhaps his most game-changing yet. The company’s mission is crystal clear: safe water for everyone, everywhere. It sounds lofty, but Spout’s deceptively […]
This Startup Is Radicalizing the Trucking Industry By Making It Greener — For the Environment and For Revenues
Most people outside the trucking industry probably assume shipping cargo by truck works something like this: A manufacturer has goods to send across the country. They fill a big-rig with those goods. The big-rig delivers those goods. The end. The reality is much more complex. What if that manufacturer doesn’t have enough goods to fill […]
Creating a sustainable future: How the world’s largest brewer built a global accelerator program to create solutions for some of the most pressing environmental and social challenges of our time.
Producing a 250-ml glass of beer can require 74 litres of water. Producing a litre of pop can require twice as much water — or more. That water can’t just be pumped back into the system to be used again. It’s wastewater. When you start to consider just how much wastewater is produced by various […]