Planet-friendly investing goes mainstream with a £2M investment from Channel 4
04 June 2021 Inside Clim8
Guess who’s going to be on TV soon! Channel 4 Ventures, the UK’s largest ‘media for equity’ fund, has agreed to a £2,000,000 investment deal to support Clim8’s growth plans in the coming months. Channel 4 Ventures has previously supported such household names as Pinterest, Crowdcube and Meatless Farm, to name a few. We’re excited to be joining the ranks of these trailblazers who have disrupted entire industries with our mission to enable millions of people to invest their money for a positive impact on the planet.
“Purpose is at the heart of Channel 4’s vision and we’re delighted to invest in this ambitious purpose-led business. Climate change is one of the biggest challenges of our time, so we’re looking forward to supporting Clim8 to help them to achieve their potential of becoming a leading provider of sustainable investments in the UK.”Vinay Solanki, Head of Channel 4 Ventures
What does this mean for us?
This investment will help us accelerate the growth of our impact and grow our Clim8 community by reaching more people with a TV campaign. In the words of our CEO, Duncan Grierson:
“Sustainable investment represents one of the most powerful ways in which we can all make a positive impact on climate change. And we can do so without compromising on returns. With Channel 4 coming onboard as an investor, we have the opportunity to reach a huge audience and achieve our goal.”
Keep a look out for us on your TV later this year 👀 .
Any other exciting news?
You bet! We have another great piece of news to share with you: We’re open to new investors as part of our 3rd crowdfunding. This is your chance to become a shareholder in Clim8 and join our green rocketship as we disrupt the world of sustainable investing. You can pre-register your interest to gain exclusive access to our launch before it goes public – don’t miss out!
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