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Sustainable Network

Sustainable Network is a global funding and innovation platform. We act as a bridge between conscious investors and sustainable companies that operate on a triple-bottom line model of people, planet, and profit.

Sustainable Network is proud to support some of the UK's leading universities, incubators and accelerator programmes by assisting with the financing, development, scaling and commercialisation of new disruptive sustainable  technologies.


We offer funding for companies at all commercial stages from our network of private and institutional investors.


Supercharge your business by accessing knowledge, resources and funding from industry-leading investors, advisors and corporations.


Access exclusive investment opportunities aligned with your social, environmental and financial objectives.


Connect with like-minded professionals and companies that share the same mission of building and contributing towards a sustainable future.


Embedding sustainability into your company’s DNA is the route to success in this new world. 

Impact Sectors

We are currently focused on supporting the following key sectors under the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals framework.


Clean Energy / Climate Tech

Sustainable Housing & Infrastructure / PropTech

Sustainable Housing & Infrastructure / PropTech

Regenerative Agriculture

Regenerative Agriculture / AgTech


Health & WellBeing / HealthTech

Social Impact

Smart / Clean Transportation

Responsible Production-1

Responsible Production & Consumption / FoodTech

Our Impact

"Be the change that you want to see in the world"

Global change requires global action, each and every one of us has a responsibility to our planet and each other to live more sustainably. Small changes can make a big difference to positively impact climate change.

The team at Sustainable Network as a collective and as individuals, has taken several steps to ensure that we lead by example in facilitating positive environmental and societal change.



Sustainable Development Goals

The United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
are a collection of 17 linked global aims designed to be a ‘blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all’. They are a call for action by all countries - developed and developing - in a global partnership.

They recognise that ending poverty and other deprivations must go hand-in-hand with strategies that improve health and education, reduce inequality, and spur economic growth  – all while tackling climate change and working to preserve our oceans and forests.

The team at Sustainable Network believes that it is vital and urgent to address these challenges to preserve the future of all life and our planet. We proudly align ourselves and support the implementation of this ambitious yet vital agenda.

Sustainable Development Goals

Partners and associations

Addressing the challenges set by the SDGs requires all of society to collaborate and work together in a spirit of harmony. We are proud to be co-creating a sustainable future alongside a number of highly skilled organisations.

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27 Jul 2022 - 

Creating a Healthy Work Culture

Company culture has changed beyond recognition since it first evolved. These days people are increasingly choosing to work in companies whose cultures align with their own values, significantly organisations which demonstrate their social impact, flexibility, inclusion, and diversity. A healthy, positive company culture will help drive a company to success.

30 Jun 2022 - 

Why Net Zero Matters

Sam Cande, CEO of Responsible Futures

Net Zero is the internationally agreed goal for mitigating global warming, it refers to a state where greenhouse gases going into the atmosphere are balanced by the removal of greenhouse gases out of the atmosphere. We need to reduce global emissions by 45 percent in the next eight years if we are going to prevent climate chaos.

12 May 2022 - 

Why are Line-Managers the Key to Managing Mental Health?

Claire Bennett, co-founder of Executive Science

Poor mental health is estimated to cost employers between £33bn and £42bn a year in sick pay and lost productivity. Investing in employee mental health makes good business sense, with employee health and wellbeing moving to the top five of boardroom issues. Here are some tips on how organisational line-managers can support their employees.