Sweep, a Paris, France-based platform that allows companies to mobilize their employees and external partners to reach carbon reduction targets, closed a $5M funding round.
The round was led by New Wave, 2050 and La Famiglia with participation from San Francisco-based technology entrepreneurs.
The company intends to use the funds to expand operations and its development efforts.
Co-founded by Rachel Delacour, Nicolas Raspal, Yannick Chaze, Raphael Gueller, and Renaud Bettin, Sweep is launching in public beta a platform that allows companies to manage and reduce carbon emissions by uniting employees and external partners at every level. This can include thousands of employees, suppliers and distributors located anywhere in the world.
The Sweep Trees and Sweep Connect features enable the highest levels of collaboration on the market. Sweep Trees lets users track carbon emissions across the organization, from brands and products to divisions and locations, and see how they contribute to its overall global footprint. With Sweep Connect, users can link Trees between organizations, such as external suppliers and distributors, securely exchanging carbon data. Whether one employee at a small business or one of hundreds of thousands of employees in a complex enterprise with a large supply chain, within minutes Sweep lets users assign teams, track tasks, and monitor progress in a single, scalable software platform.
Sweep is a Certified B Corporation with operations located in France and the United Kingdom.