Belgium : A chain of collaborative, package-free drugstores that accompanies us on the road to zero waste living through stores, awareness-raising workshops and a shared laboratory.
France : A mission-driven company in the real estate sector, committed to decarbonise its construction activities and contribute to global carbon neutrality by 2050.
Belgium : A repair service of scooters and electric bikes facilitated by a complete service of qualified mechanics, on spot or in store.
Belgium - Wallonia : A biomethanisation unit in Mettet which produces local renewable energy and local natural compost digestate by revaluing agricultural by-products.
International : The international expert in floating photovoltaic power plants, with over 230 solar installations worldwide.
Belgium : An association that gives a second life to unsold food to fight against waste and food insecurity.
International : A shared electric car sharing service based on an online SaaS solution. The cooperative provides a platform that allows local communities to transition their mobility into a more sustainable model.
Belgium : A company that develops and installs renewable energy projects and energy management solutions to accelerate the energy transition in Belgium.
Belgique : Une ferme biologique wallonne réputée pour son design et son centre de formation en permaculture, et qui vient de voir son unité de production de fromages de brebis détruite par les inondations.
Belgium : The canteen revisited: an ecologically responsible restaurant formula in office buildings. A buffet that is open at all hours in a cozy atmosphere, and an offer of connected refrigerators.
Belgium : In order to develop its healthy food offer, made only from local products and without waste, Little Green Box extends its activities by integrating two new services which have real potential for the future.
Belgium-Brussels : Originating from the idea of a large shared closet, this company rents out festive outfits to limit the number of clothes purchased. Coucou, it's daring the outstanding look and still consuming sustainably!
Brussels : A delivery service in and around Brussels of waste-free packed lunches at school. Balanced and seasonal meals for children, adapted to their nutritional needs.
Belgium : A farmers' cooperative that addresses the issue of meat and advocates quality rather than quantity. Cornü is committed to producing locally, in a responsible, reasoned way, and to selling at the right price.
Brussels : A collaborative, package-free drugstore that accompanies us on the road to zero waste living through stores, awareness-raising workshops and a shared laboratory.
Belgium : A smart solution to get rid of coffee capsules and extend the life of the machines: a subscription to exceptional organic and ethical coffee, machine included with repair guarantee.
Belgium, France & The Netherlands : Pwiic is a digital collaborative platform that connects individuals and professionals and allows them to exchange services or objects through local and thematic communities
Belgium : Solarly designs, builds and distributes modular, connected and affordable solar stations to offer a global energy solution to non-electrified areas in sub-Saharan Africa.
Charleroi : A cooperative that offers concrete solutions for parents who want to transition towards a more healthy and sustainable diet for their little ones and themselves.
Mons : Since 2016, Les Halles du manège offer a local and organic food distribution model that highlights the region's products, carefully selected and in collaboration with producers.
Latin America, Africa and Asia : Since 1994, Alterfin has been investing in developing countries through microfinance institutions and small-scale agricultural producers active in the sustainable agriculture sector.
Belgium - Ivory Coast : The Belgian chocolatier that produces high quality and organic chocolate all while improving the living conditions of the producers and reducing the impact of production on the environment.
Belgium : A VUB spin-off that creates eye-catching, re-usable, and easily-installed pop-up structures and stands for a sector marked by a high level of waste, namely the event sector.
Belgium - Brussels : Happy Hours Market is a new kind of distribution network that collects unsold food items in supermarkets and offers them at half the price to individuals and for free to non-profit associations.
Belgium - Brussels : A Brussels-based urban farm that delivers ultra-fresh and nutritious microgreens produced in a circular and ecological manner in the city center.
Brussels and Wallonia : Little Green Box is a cooperative with a social mission, based in Bousval, that prepares and delivers zero waste meal boxes with ingredients that are 100% organic, local and seasonal.
Brussels : MODS are innovative and eco-friendly wooden modules that are assembled to build temporary or permanent structures for events or development projects.
Brussels : Designs, produces and sells a complete range of garments for children through a dynamic and audacious brand. The unisex garments are reversible, ecological (certified GOTS) and are inspired by the Montessori method.
Important: Malgré un positionnement clair sur le marché bruxellois et de belles perspectives de développement, la société n'a pas réussi à atteindre l'équilibre. Bien que de nombreuses pistes aient été envisagées et l'enclenchement d'une PRJ ensuite, la continuité de l'entreprise n'a pas être assurée.Le contexte est extrêmement difficile pour de nombreux acteurs sur le marché de la mobilité, dépendant tous de capitaux externes. Le secteur a pu profiter du soutien des investisseurs afin de traverser la période difficile due au Covid. Malheureusement cette période de pandémie a directement été suivie par une nouvelle crise économique, et donc une perte d'appétit quasi totale de la part des investisseurs.
Belgium : A company that creates environmentally conscious offices and meeting spaces for social change organizations.
Important: Despite a positioning on a market with potential and in transformation (single-use plastic container), the company did not manage to structure a strong commercial team. The revenue problems did not allow the company to find its economic model and in particular to amortize the R and D costs. The Covid-19 crisis also accelerated the company's bankruptcy.
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