We are thrilled to announce the appointment of Fran Ereira to Greener’s advisory board, to hone our strategy and accelerate partnerships with green retailers. Fran is a leader in digital, retail, logistics and payments, most recently the ANZ Country Head at Klarna, responsible for the buy-now-pay-later fintech’s launch and growth in the region.
July 19, 2021
World changing solutions need a world class team. We’re over the moon to announce the appointment of Fran Ereira to Greener’s advisory board, to hone our strategy and accelerate partnerships with green retailers.
Fran is a leader in digital, retail, logistics and payments, most recently the ANZ Country Head at Klarna, responsible for the buy-now-pay-later fintech’s launch and growth in the region. Previously, she was a senior executive at Zip Co, and has over 20 years of experience in senior roles at retail and tech companies, including The Walt Disney Company and Sheridan.
Safe to say, Fran has the background and know-how to help us launch the Green Economy and solve our most pressing environmental challenge - climate change.
“Our purpose is to help people end climate change with every dollar they spend. To achieve this massive ambition, we need to work with the best advisors, team, and businesses who are genuine about coming together to solve this problem. That’s why we’re thrilled to have Fran join us. She has a proven track record in the Australian fintech, retail, logistics and ecosystem space. Her wealth of experience and networks will help us accelerate the launch of this green economy, to help solve the most pressing problem of our time".
Greener is currently in beta,and is working with Harvard University, University of Sydney and WWF to create a world first carbon neutral economy. Over 40 sustainable brands have already joined this coalition, including Microsoft, Koala, LEGO, M.J. Bale, Powershop, Flora & Fauna, and Dan Murphy’s.
“I’ve joined Greener as it’s vital that together we help end climate change and I love the solution that Tom and Neil have created enabling brands and consumers to clearly measure the impact they are together making. I’m looking forward to seeing how quickly we can together make an impact and grow the Greener economy.”
“From a young age there were two things I always knew I wanted to do - run a company and be the voice and support for people with intellectual disabilities to give them as many of the same opportunities we have.”
“I was fortunate enough to spend a week on Necker Island with a group of amazing women and Sir Richard Branson. I’ve looked up to him and admired his incredible entrepreneurial success and leadership. He truly believes people are your best asset and he attributes his success to everyone across his businesses, something not enough leaders do! What I also love is how philanthropic he is - what’s most special is he doesn’t only support initiatives from a financial perspective but he personally gives his time to help achieve outcomes for all of them too.”
“Hmmmm this is not an easy one as I like lots of songs. Artists wise Adele, Lauren Daigle, Ed Sheeran, Sting there are lots and from various genres.”
“I would go from household to household ensuring everyone was safe and being treated respectfully providing protection to all - women, children and the disabled.”
“For his commitment to electric vehicles, solar and power walls I’d have to say Elon Musk. He certainly made electric cars “sexy” and now everyone is following which is awesome.”
“Millions of people doing it imperfectly as the impact will be far greater.”
The things we buy can hurt or help the planet. The Greener app helps people find brands that are better for the planet, then turns their purchase carbon neutral to help end climate change.
Greener is currently in beta. Over 40 sustainable brands have already joined this world first carbon neutral economy, including Microsoft, Koala, LEGO, M.J. Bale, Powershop, Flora & Fauna, and Dan Murphy’s. We make it easy for consumers and sustainable brands to come together and see how they are playing a role to end climate change.
For more information, please contact:
Catherine Van Der Meulen, Partnerships