We believe that our economy urgently needs to transition towards more sustainable business models. The ability to measure business performance beyond financial metrics is key to accelerate this transition. Everyone wants to know the impact their business has on the world, but environmental, social and governance (ESG) data is:
Hence, Atlas Metrics was founded in 2021 to make the impact of companies on people and the environment fully transparent. Our mission is to build the tools that make it easy for companies to measure and share the impact of their activities. We're here to support an increasingly active community of companies, investors, regulators, consumers, and non-profits, in their efforts to bring about a more sustainable future.
We are building an automated, online platform that makes it seamless to collect, analyse and communicate companies’ ESG data. Day-to-day, our team is passionate about solving complex and hard problems:
Wlad is an expert in the data-driven management of social and environmental impact. Previously, he served as the Resilience Intelligence Officer for UNDP’s Syria crisis response and helped multinational corporations adopt advanced analytics and machine learning solutions as a Senior Consultant at McKinsey. He was the CEO of ImmerLearn, a data science consultancy that measured and improved the social and environmental impact of corporations, NGOs and funds, and advisor to intergovernmental institutions, including the EIB, UN and OECD. He holds a BA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from the University of Oxford and an MA in Public Policy from Harvard University, where he was awarded the McCloy Scholarship and the Social Innovation and Change Initiative Fellowship. Wlad is a TEDx Speaker and World Economic Forum Global Shaper.
Bronagh brings extensive experience working with publicly-listed companies and global investors on ESG integration and strategy. Previously, she was a Director at ESG consultancy KKS Advisors, where she led projects with clients including NYSE-listed corporations and leading asset managers invested in public and private markets. She has authored research on integrating ESG in capital markets in publications such as Harvard Business Review and The Journal of Applied Corporate Finance, and her work has been featured in The New York Times, Bloomberg, and Forbes. Bronagh is focused on building solutions at the intersection of ESG and technology, having worked at an early-stage tech startup in Chile and participated in Entrepreneur First’s startup accelerator. Bronagh holds a BSc in International Management and Spanish from the University of Bath, where she was awarded the Rohde & Schwarz prize.
Greg's early career saw him play a pivotal role in growing a digital products agency from 3 offices and 30 people, to 12 offices and 350 people globally. During this time he held multiple senior positions, while working closely with Apple and Google to deliver bleeding-edge digital products for organisations such as The Economist, BP Alternative Energy, Novartis and the UN. In 2019 he created a startup studio with Concentrix' CEO (NASDAQ: CNXC), which received numerous awards for its AI/ML work. Upon the outbreak of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic, Greg then pivoted to found a product studio dedicated to helping people with their mental health. Following this, he joined a moonshot genomics startup to build out their product team before joining Atlas Metrics—where he hopes increasing the transparency, and ease of reporting ESG data, will have a significantly positive impact on the world.
Daniel has had his finger on the pulse of how to measure sustainability for nearly six years. At Atlas, he is expanding and maintaining our logic model as well as ensuring full compliance with leading ESG standards. Previously, he was Research Director of Route2, where he designed hundreds of methodologies, innovative impact models and new technologies such as a blockchain based social network to better understand the social & environmental impacts of business activity. He holds an MA in Terrorism & Security and is passionate about human rights and building strategies and tools that reduce societal and environmental inequalities.
Ansgar's career started as a co-founder of a small tech startup in Koblenz after he finished his BA in Information Technology. After a couple of successful years providing customized solutions to his clients, he moved on to another company in Hamburg, where he became familiar with the startup scene. He later worked as a Software Architect at Wunder Mobility and designed products that are shaping the future of e-mobility. In the meantime he finished his studies and now holds an MA in Economic Computer Science. After a short return to Koblenz working as a Senior Software Engineer in one of the biggest e-Health companies in Europe, he finally found his way to Atlas Metrics with the goal to create a visible impact on climate.
Angelo has over 10 years of experience bringing digital creative strategies to life. After completing a MA in Fine Arts in Belgium, he worked for a wide variety of large renowned agencies, like Saatchi & Saatchi, and smaller specialised design studios in London, Sydney and Amsterdam. Over the last 4 years he ran MadMad digital helping out startups from all over the world shaping and crafting of their first digital products, using UX principles and crisp UI design for web and mobile. His work has been recognised by The FWA, W3 Awards, Lovie Awards, Davey Awards, and Deutscher Digital Award.
Lauren focused her academic and professional journey on aligning economic performance and ESG goals in the finance industry. She has worked in the private sector, non-profit organisations and with research institutes, in Europe and in South-east Asia. She contributed to the development of HSBC's 2020-2030 climate strategy while conducting her thesis on sustainability in the banking industry. She then joined Sylvera, a climate tech venture, to focus on climate analytics. She holds a BA in Politics, Economics and Finance from Sciences Po and a MSc in Climate Change, Management and Finance from Imperial College London.
Ondrej has more than 10 years of experience building user interfaces. He is especially interested in human computer interaction, always working closely with designers to achieve polished and usable interfaces that delight users. Ondrej is a self-taught developer, and passionate paraglider.
Axel has extensive experience with technologies that are necessary for developing Software as a Service platforms. Having founded his own company and working for various startups during his studies of Computer Science and Media in Stuttgart, he is also very familiar with the startup scene. As a software engineer, he is interested in everything that has to do with digitalization and the simplification of processes, and wants to change the world for the better with Atlas.
Stephan is passionate about building tech products that help solve real challenges for their users. He has a master's degree in IT-Systems Engineering from Hasso Plattner Institute. His primary focus lies in building distributed backend services. Before joining Atlas, he worked in other Berlin-based startups on secure cloud storage and a global mobility platform. Moreover, he supported the German Federal Foreign Office in a Design Thinking project. Now, Stephan wants to use his skills to support Atlas' mission for more transparency around sustainability.