fIVE - Talk with Miriam Janke, Co-Founder of Trilleco: How do we make our world more sustainable through technology, digitalization & entrepreneurship?

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Miriam Janke, is 24, lives in Berlin and founded the start-up Trilleco in 2021 together with Harjoth Singh and Hans Günter Dahn. As is common for Gen Z, Miriam is particularly passionate about putting her time, effort and motivation into building a more sustainable economy. Inspired by role models in her childhood, she is now co-founder of Trilleco, the no-code platform that helps industrial companies achieve greater efficiency and sustainability for Net-Zero in the spirit of the circular economy and through digital and data-based solutions. As a result, companies will be able to work both more economically and more sustainably in the future. A win-win-win situation. And yes: ALL are welcome to listen to this episode! Because: Change is only possible in cooperation. Listen now!

We talk about: Circular Economy, Green Tech and young women, how diversity is actively lived and promoted at Trilleco; specifically, we look at what advantages it brings when people from different generations are represented in the founding team. To make this work really well, Trilleco's corporate culture is based primarily on: Trust, open communication, transparency, honesty and respect. One of Miriam's concerns is to get even more young women excited about the green tech industry: "There are so many exciting opportunities and ways to help shape and make a positive impact in this industry. I really wish more women would take this opportunity!". It's worth listening in!

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