Pulsora, previously known as pulsESG, is an all-in-one platform designed for comprehensive enterprise sustainability management.
The company has secured a $20m Series A investment round. Leading the round was Galvanize Climate Solutions, and was supported by Carica Sustainable Investments, Sabancı Climate Ventures, Aramco Ventures, and JetBlue Ventures. Not to be left out, previous investors FINTOP Capital, Builders VC, and SOMPO Holdings also participated. Following this investment, Saloni Multani from Galvanize will be joining the Pulsora Board of Directors.
In today’s business landscape, with a rising demand from stakeholders and consumers for sustainable practices, companies face a growing need to track, disclose, and enhance their sustainability and ESG output. Pulsora offers these corporations a unified platform to oversee their sustainability business processes, ranging from data gathering and declarations to auditing logs and analytics.
With this fresh capital injection, Pulsora plans to further enhance its enterprise sustainability management tool. The company intends to extend features like carbon accounting and is preparing for upcoming regulations, ensuring that businesses stay ahead in their sustainability endeavours.
Standing out in a burgeoning $12bn sustainability management sector, Pulsora is increasingly being recognised as an innovative solution. The platform aids businesses in simplifying their intricate sustainability management tasks. This ranges from private equity firms aiming to enhance their ESG portfolio performance to large corporations wanting to centralise sustainability metrics.
Galvanize Climate Solutions’ co-head of Innovation + Expansion, Saloni Multani remarked, “Our investment emphasizes our dedication to scaling innovations enabling the climate transition.”
Pulsora co-founder and CEO, Murat Sönmez expressed his enthusiasm, “This Series A round is more than just funding—it’s a mandate to accelerate the sustainability journeys of enterprises globally.” Furthermore, Inderjeet Singh, co-founder, president, and CTO of Pulsora commented, “We’re excited to put this new capital to work to continue to expand our footprint across North America, Europe, the Middle East, Australia, and Asia, ensuring more businesses can efficiently establish and reach their sustainability targets”
It’s notable that this recent funding follows Pulsora’s swift adoption since its establishment in 2021. Over 400 global corporations now rely on Pulsora for navigating the shifting sustainability terrain.
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