Reduce your environmental impact using Doconomy digital tools

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Mathias Wikström, CEO of Doconomy, and Johan Pihl, Head of Innovation & Founder of Doconomy, were the latest guests of our host Marcel Klimo in podcast  Banking on Air. At Vacuumlabs, we had an opportunity to partner with Doconomy on the development of their 2030 Calculator – a calculator that determines the carbon impact of every purchase. A product that we believe will help to support Doconomy’s powerful vision: to give both consumers and businesses the digital tools that they need to understand and reduce the environmental impact of their consumption. Doconomy is reshaping the way bank cards are used. Their Black Card is the first credit card to limit spending not on available credit, but on the levels of CO2 emission caused by the owner’s purchases.Do you want to find out more not only about Doconomy’s banking services, but also about the unconventional way of reaching their long-term goal of a more sustainable planet? Listen to our podcast Banking on Air! Feel free to enjoy the episode on Apple PodcastsBreakerGoogle PodcastsOvercastPocket Casts, Spotify, or here:

Full transcript of this episode is available here.

Here is rundown of an episode if you want to jump ahead:

  • 01:15 Introduction of guests and Doconomy
  • 04:00 Sharing the secret source with competitors
  • 06:30 How the 2030 calculator works
  • 13:30 Achieving long-term goal in cooperation with other brands and companies
  • 18:45 Cooperation with Vacuumlabs
  • 22:20 How to cooperate on 2030 Calculator

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‘Banking on Air’ is covering the challenges, opportunities, perspectives and opinions that matter in the world of fintech, digital and community banking, payments and technology. Our hosts Helene Panzarino and Marcel Klimo will look under the hood of the changing face of tech, the acceleration in all things digital, the impact of regulation, disruption, the need for genuine collaboration, and the spectre of competitors old and new as it plays out in fintech and financial services around the world.

This podcast is brought to you by Vacuumlabs and we’re sharing our experience and expertise in creating solutions for the digital journey for incumbents, community banks, and fintechs.  We believe that the future is in communities when it comes to digital transformation in financial services, and we invite you to join us and our guests over the coming weeks and months.

Full transcript of this episode is available here.

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