Bristol, UK. Spherics, the carbon accounting software company, has appointed Marina Traversari as its Chief Operating Officer. The company, based in Bristol, UK, is enabling businesses to understand their carbon footprint, to support making net zero a reality. Its cloud-based software measures the carbon footprint of companies and their supply chains to better identify opportunities to reduce emissions.
Traversari joins Spherics from the Facebook-led Telecom Infrastructure Project where she led the Global Ecosytem Accelerator Centres. She also holds roles as the COO of Switch on the Future and Innovation Advisor to Cheltenham Borough Council for the Golden Valley Development. She was the former Chair of Gapsquare, which was acquired by Xpert HR in 2021, and on the Advisory Boards for TechSPARK & Bristol City Council’s One City Economy & Digital.
Commenting on her new role Traversai said:
“Spherics is tackling the greatest threat humanity has ever faced - the climate emergency. We can’t tackle something if we don’t fully understand our impact on it. Spherics takes a scientific approach to helping companies to quantify and address their carbon footprint. It’s a cause I passionately support and it’s exciting to be part of a company using technology and science to address it.”
Speaking of the appointment, Spherics CEO George Sandilands said:
“With a proven track record in managing relationships and partnerships, breaking down social barriers and championing equality and diversity Marina is a perfect fit for our growing team.”
Spherics is an award winning carbon accounting software start-up helping businesses measure and reduce their carbon emissions, in minutes, from as little as £9pm.
More information can be found: www.spherics.io
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