How to adapt to climate change when the entire environment is changing? What are the limits to...
This alternative mechanism provides the means to raise funds from a broad segment of the public to finance artistic, cultural, social and entrepreneurial projects, leveraging the Internet to connect the initiators of innovative, creative, community-minded and socially responsible projects with individuals who want to support these projects. Ulule makes this possible in 6 European countries: France, England, Spain, Italy, Germany and Portugal.
To date, Ulule has made a wide range of projects possible: from a microbrewery and foldable bicycle helmets, to a “Made in France” clothing collection and a web series, soon to be released on the big screen, which broke the European crowdfunding record by raising at total of € 680,000.
Until 26 November, the general public is invited to attend conferences, forums, workshops and informal meetings throughout France to familiarise project initiators with this tool and with the new phenomenon of crowdfunding. Project sponsors, entrepreneurs and Ulule website users will be sharing their experiences and share the keys to creating successful projects.
In addition, in collaboration with Ulule's teams, BNP Paribas' “Maisons des Entrepreneurs” and Innovation Centres will be organising educational meetings in some of the cities on the Tour.
Visit the Project page and find the calendar of events on the BNP Paribas goodwill actions blog (in French only).
Read moreAll news
Actions against climate change: BNP Paribas publishes its second “Task Force for Climate-related Financial Disclosures” (TCFD) report
Committed to the fight against climate change since 2011, BNP Paribas publishes today its second...
On the occasion of the Movin’On international sustainable mobility summit, which took place...