CEO Pete Davis built environmental technology startup GreenPrint with a keen eye for payments and financial transactions.
The Emory University graduate started his career in Atlanta’s bustling financial services sector before choosing a desk at the Atlanta Tech Village to start GreenPrint in 2014.
GreenPrint calculates the environmental footprint of client operations and provides a list of suggestions on how the company could be more sustainable in terms of carbon emissions, water usage, plastic waste and renewable energy. Davis says GreenPrint collects environmental data and analyzes goals similar to how a financial company may approach transactions and balance sheets.
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