We’re delighted to announce our strategic partnership with world-leading employee experience provider Benefex, who support nearly 2 million employees in over 160 global organisations, across 70 countries.
Together, we’re on a mission to transform the working world into one of the world’s strongest solutions to climate change. How? Through implementing Furthr’s climate positive employee benefit across the engaged and expansive Benefex community. Our partnership is here to help employees to make a positive climate impact each and every day: through planting protected trees, fast-tracking renewable energy, tracking and reducing their own carbon emissions, and through learning to live greener.
Driving Mass Impact Through the Workforce
Already, our partnership with Benefex is well on its way to planting over 2 million protected trees this year, with implementations in-flight with over 20 climate-conscious Benefex customers, and with many more incoming. Read more about some of the projects we’ll be sponsoring together below.
Henry Bishop, Furthr Co-founder, said: “We’ve been working very closely with Benefex for a long while now leading up to this announcement - long enough to truly understand that our missions, cultures and values align perfectly. We absolutely love working with such an open, inspiring and impactful community of both Benefex employees and customers. The sky really is the limit with this partnership, and we can’t wait to see the scale of positive change we drive together.”
Charlotte Godley, Benefex Head of Proposition, said: “Climate positive benefits are in demand more than ever, topping the charts in engagement, so we’re thrilled to be partnering with such an exciting organisation to enable our customers and their employees to create meaningful change in the areas they care about. At Benefex, we believe in creating exceptional experiences everyday – and that includes caring for our environment and all those who live in it. Together, we can make a real difference to the future, and what better way to enact this than by empowering employees to make positive change.”