'Mobilising private capital to address the world's greatest (climate) challenges': Carbon Equity CEO Jacqueline van den Ende is on a mission

We interviewed Jacqueline van den Ende, co-founder and CEO of Carbon Equity, a climate fund investment platform that's been making waves.

What made Jacqueline van den Ende decide to start climate fund investment platform Carbon Equity as a way to try and solve some of the world's greatest challenges - with private capital as the main driver?

It's the central theme of an enjoyable and insightful conversation we had with the Amsterdam-based company's affable co-founder and CEO, whose career spans entrepreneurship and PE/VC investment.

Born in early 2021, today Carbon Equity has more than €200 million in assets under management, has invested in more than 600 investment funds, and backed 100+ climate tech companies directly.

That's real impact, and the company is only getting started.

But what was the reasoning behind its founding (spoiler alert: a big part of it was a personal wake-up call thanks to a specific book), what is the team trying to accomplish, how unique are they in terms of positioning, and how far along on their journey are they now?

You can check out the interview above, on the EIC Scaling Club website, or on YouTube.

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