TEORRA Launches first-of-its-kind B2B Marketplace for Sustainability
TEORRA, a new B2B platform for sustainable products, is launching today. The Singapore-based startup is creating the first of its kind marketplace connecting verified suppliers of B2B sustainable products such as packaging, to buyers looking for eco-conscious partners.
They are currently building a full digital platform with the goal to bring simplicity and transparency to companies looking to decarbonize their supply chain. The platform is launching first to the Singapore market and currently hosts 80+ vetted suppliers in 20 countries globally.
Founder and CEO Hemal Kana, former Management Consultant at Accenture, created the company last year with co-founder and COO Laure Guilbaud, former Head of Client Solutions at LinkedIn. The two sustainability advocates co-founded the company in response to the growing climate crisis, and lack of B2B solutions for businesses.
"TEORRA's mission is to accelerate businesses' transition to sustainable products", said Kana. "Consumers are starting to make purchasing decisions based on the environmental impact and authenticity of brands, making it a critical time for brands to pivot to more sustainable products. We are building TEORRA to empower companies to source vetted sustainable products and transact on a single platform, allowing them to make faster, data-driven decisions on their sustainable supply chain".
TEORRA's marketplace features easy-to-use search and dashboards that allow businesses to find the products they need quickly and efficiently. In the longer term, the platform will also offer a range of resources to help businesses understand the environmental impact of their purchasing decisions and make more sustainable choices.
"With the growing demand for eco-conscious products, we believe that TEORRA can be a valuable resource for businesses looking to reduce their environmental footprint," said Kana. "We're excited to launch the platform and help drive positive change towards a more sustainable future."