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Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive (CSDDD)

The European Parliament’s Legal Affairs Committee announced on 19.03.2024 that it has approved the revised Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive (CSDDD).

As businesses navigate the complexities of today's global landscape, it's imperative to prioritize responsible business conduct. Multiple international standards underscore the crucial role companies play in protecting human rights and addressing environmental impacts across their operations and supply chains.

The United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights outline the responsibility of companies to conduct human rights due diligence, encompassing identification, prevention, and mitigation of adverse impacts. Building upon this, the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises extend due diligence to environmental and governance realms, emphasizing comprehensive accountability.

At the heart of these efforts, of course, lies practical implementation. Internationally recognized frameworks like the OECD Guidance on Responsible Business Conduct offer actionable steps for companies to identify, prevent, and mitigate potential impacts within their operations, supply chains, and business relationships.

And now finally, the European Union with the adoption of the CSDDD, lays down rules on obligations for large companies regarding actual and potential adverse impacts on the environment and human rights for their business chain of activities inspired by the international standards, which covers the upstream business partners of the company and partially the downstream activities, such as distribution or recycling.

What are the benefits of these new rules?

For citizens

  • Better protection of human rights, including labor rights.
  • Healthier environment for present and future generations.
  • Increased trust in businesses.
  • More transparency enabling informed choices.
  • Better access to justice for victims. 


For companies

  • Harmonized legal framework in the EU, creating legal certainty and a level playing field.
  • Greater customer trust and employee commitment.
  • Better awareness of companies’ negative environmental and human rights impacts.
  • Better risk management and adaptability.
  • Increased attractiveness for talent, sustainability-oriented investors and public procurers.
  • Higher attention to innovation.
  • Better access to finance.


For developing countries

  • Better protection of human rights and the environment.
  • Increased stakeholder awareness on key sustainability issues.
  • Sustainable investment.
  • Improved sustainability-related practices.
  • Increased take-up of international standards.
  • Improved living conditions for people.


What are the obligations of companies and their directors?

This Directive establishes a corporate due diligence duty. The core elements of this duty are identifying, bringing to an end, preventing, mitigating, and accounting for negative human rights and environmental impacts in the company’s own operations, their subsidiaries, and their value chains. In addition, certain large companies need to have a plan to ensure that their business strategy is compatible with limiting global warming to 1.5 °C in line with the Paris Agreement. Directors are incentivized to contribute to sustainability and climate change mitigation goals.

The Directive also introduces duties for the directors of the EU companies covered. These duties include setting up and overseeing the implementation of the due diligence processes and integrating due diligence into the corporate strategy. In addition, when fulfilling their duty to act in the best interest of the company, directors must take into account the human rights, climate change, and environmental consequences of their decisions.


Which companies will the new EU rules apply to?

Large EU and non-EU limited liability companies

  • EU and non-EU companies. 1000+ employees and net EUR 450 million+ turnover worldwide.
  • SMEs. Micro companies and SMEs are not concerned by the proposed rules. However, the proposal provides supporting measures for SMEs, which could be indirectly affected.


Source: Corporate sustainability due diligence - European Commission (

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BeCause Streamlines Carbon and Water Measurement for Hotels Around the World 

By digitizing the HCMI and HWMI frameworks, the Danish start-up is accelerating the adoption of more sustainable practices across the hospitality industry.

BERLIN/COPENHAGEN, MARCH 6, 2024 – BeCause, a technology start-up transforming how the global hospitality, travel and tourism industries manage its sustainability data, has digitized the Sustainable Hospitality Alliance’s (the Alliance) HCMI and HWMI methodologies. 

The new feature, announced today during ITB Berlin, will enable hotels to leverage the Alliance’s free industry measurement tools, the Hotel Carbon Measurement Initiative (HCMI) and Hotel Water Measurement Initiative (HWMI). The HCMI, based on the Greenhouse Gas Protocol, is used to calculate a hotel’s carbon footprint, while the HWMI helps hotels calculate water usage on their properties; both are now available within the BeCause centralized hub.  

HCMI, the only industry-recognized carbon calculation methodology for over a decade, applies to all hotels, large or small, regardless of the amenities offered. The methodology is used widely across the industry by over 30,000 hotels, including Hyatt, Marriott International, Radisson Hotel Group and Scandic. The use of HCMI is supported by leading industry organizations including the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC), the Global Sustainable Tourism Council (GSTC), the American Hotel and Lodging Association (AHLA), and the Global Business Travel Association (GBTA). 

Integrating HCMI and HWMI into BeCause’s AI-powered sustainability data management platform enhances user experience by simplifying data collection, analysis, and reporting processes. The digitized methodologies will significantly reduce the time and cost hotels require to collect and communicate data related to their carbon and water usage and impact. The integration will also enable hotels worldwide to utilize HCMI/HWMI metrics for other sustainability certifications. 

"We'd like to thank the team at BeCause for digitizing HCMI and HWMI which will enable more of the industry to access it and dramatically improve its usability. Digitizing this resource will greatly accelerate our shared goal of reaching Net Positive as a sector, together. We encourage more organizations to follow BeCause's lead to ensure a transparent and globally comparable approach to carbon, water and waste reporting," says Glenn Mandziuk, CEO of the Alliance. 

Working Toward a Common Goal

The Danish start-up’s AI-powered hub is a purpose-built platform that centralizes a hotel’s sustainability data and automates the transmission of that data amongst different stakeholders, such as booking marketplaces and industry certifications like GreenKey. Additionally, once on the platform, any data that hotels input into BeCause can be upcycled and automatically mapped to many frameworks, ensuring maximum regulatory compliance and making qualifying for voluntary green certifications easier.   

By working with the Alliance, BeCause is advancing its mission to build a more sustainable future for the tourism industry through data. “We all know that knowledge is power. With the new digitized version of HCMI, the Alliance members will gain the valuable insight they need to make decisions that benefit both their business and the planet,” says Frederik Steensgaard, CEO and co-founder of BeCause. 

In addition to digitizing the HCMI/HWMI methodologies, BeCause has also introduced user-friendly improvements to the workflows of hotel managers; for example, eliminating the need for hotels to review every question in a linear way (which could be several hundred), BeCause now shows them only what is relevant for them to answer. 

“The Alliance has identified that collecting, coordinating and communicating sustainability data is a significant challenge for hotels. We are very confident that we will help remove those challenges and that together, we can push for meaningful change within the hospitality industry towards a more environmentally, socially and economically sustainable future,” Steensgaard adds.   

For more information regarding BeCause and the digitized Alliance HMCI/ HWMI methodologies or to speak with CEO and Co-founder Frederik Steensgaard, please contact Vanessa Horwell  

About BeCause

BeCause is an enterprise software company that streamlines the flow of sustainability data and creates synergies between different stakeholders in the travel, tourism, and hospitality industries, empowering them to make decisions that result in positive, responsible change for people, the planet, and their profits. BeCause works with over 20,000 hotels, including brands like Radisson, certification entities like GreenKey, industry partners like the Global Sustainable Tourism Council and marketplaces like For more information, visit 

About the Sustainable Hospitality Alliance 

The Sustainable Hospitality Alliance brings together engaged hospitality companies and the wider hospitality value chain, along with strategic partners, to address key challenges affecting the planet, people, and places around the world. Through their strategic initiatives and global networks, they develop practical programmes and resources to create a prosperous and responsible hospitality sector that gives back to the destination more than it takes.   

Their members represent over 50,000 hotels spanning 270 brands – totaling over 7 million rooms – and include world-leading companies, including Accor, Choice Hotels International, Hilton, IHG Hotels & Resorts, Marriott International, and Wyndham Hotels & Resorts, as well as regional brands. Their network also includes other parts of the hospitality value chain, including owners, investors, suppliers, and other partners to further drive joined-up action on sustainability, and accelerate the industry on the path to Net Positive Hospitality. For more information, visit 

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Supporting credible Tourism and Hospitality industry through standardized reporting and certifications

Sustainable tourism has become a contentious topic in recent years, prompting the industry to adopt organizational dynamism by integrating big data analytics and verification into their regular reporting processes.

The 54th Annual Meeting of The World Economic Forum that was held in Davos-Klosters, Switzerland from 15th to 19th January 2024 focused on exploring the opportunities enabled by new technologies and their implications on decision-making and global partnership. In terms of sustainability, the forum highlighted the need for a credible business case for sustainability and a holistic approach to sustainability and data management, which would enable organizations to create value while ensuring the well-being of society and the environment. According to a report by the Capgemini Research Institute companies are truly developing in the right direction. For example, the number of executives globally who understand the business case for sustainability has tripled between 2022 and 2023! The report emphasizes that organizations can make a substantial impact by progressing on reporting emissions and implementing and leveraging sustainability management technology.  

Read the full report here: The Future of Growth Report 2024 | World Economic Forum (  

This underscores the significance of the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD), already making a substantial impact on the Hospitality and Tourism Industry. Despite challenges from international travel restrictions due to geopolitical crises and the effects of Covid-19, the sector, being a major contributor to the EU economy, is expected to rebound and fully recover in the coming years. Projections indicate the industry's economic relevance, with the global GDP contribution forecasted to increase from 9.5 trillion US dollars in 2023 to an impressive 15.5 trillion US dollars by 2033 (source: Travel and tourism: contribution to global GDP 2023 | Statista).

The Tourism and Hospitality sector plays a pivotal role in economic development and achieving Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), directly aligned with three out of the 17 goals. Direct mentions of the industry are found within Goal 8 (Decent work and economic growth), Goal 12 (Responsible consumption and production), and Goal 14 (Life below water). Despite its criticism for adverse environmental and social effects, the industry must strike a balance.

To manage the economic, environmental, and social impacts of tourism and reach a balance between all 3 pillars, data credibility is crucial! Granular and accurate spatio-temporal data is essential to monitor and sustain various business entities. Indicator frameworks, including the EU standardized framework under the CSRD – European Sustainability Reporting Standards, aim to measure sustainability across environmental, social, and governance (ESG) factors. And we are talking not only about the large industry players, the CSRD will likewise significantly impact SMEs of the industry, that are constituting about 99% of the +2 million tourism businesses in the EU. SMEs must comply with reporting requirements by January 1, 2026, covering a wide range of ESG factors.

Besides the necessary application of the European Sustainability Reporting Standards (ESRS), studies also emphasize the role of industry specific data analytics in helping the tourism and hospitality industry outline data-related aspects in the tourism ecosystem, aiding informed decisions aligned with the SDGs and national sustainability strategies.  

Some of the industry-tailored frameworks worth mentioning are, for example, created by the SASB. The SASB sector specific frameworks provide ESG data through specific indicators, representing a core element of development research and a central pillar of the SDGs. Alongside UN's SDGs, tourism-specific indicators from UN Tourism, Global Sustainable Tourism Council (GSTC), European Commission, and European Environmental Agency (EEA) enhance transparency and accountability.

What is also great about using industry tailored frameworks is that the traceability of the collected data can be supported by various types of assurance tools, such as certifications. Sustainability certifications serve not only as a trusted source of information for consumers who are one of the most important stakeholders within the various types of industry businesses but additionally these certifications can be used to gather information about the status-quo of the business in question, and serve as a gap analysis and support data-based strategic decision making that further accelerates sustainable development. Certifications are regarded as a suitable means to facilitate ecological progress, especially about clean water and energy efficiency, sustainable consumption, and climate mitigation. They can also help businesses demonstrate their leadership and help gain a competitive advantage.  

Beyond institutional labels such as the EU Ecolabel, introduced by the European Commission to highlight resource and energy efficiency and other environmental, social and governance factors, non-profit organizations and private sector entities have additionally introduced green certifications of their own, guiding the hospitality industry towards more sustainable practices. Examples are Green Key, Green Globe, Biosphere or EarthCheck to name a few. On top of that, other tourism stakeholders such as marketplaces have created their own indicative labels, e.g.,’s Travel Sustainable Level.  

To summarize, the utilization of standardized frameworks for obtaining verified data is deemed crucial in enhancing corporate sustainability endeavors within the Tourism and Hospitality industry. These frameworks serve as valuable tools to clarify information, while also garnering support for strategic decision-making based on data. Certifications, whether from institutional or private sources, play a pivotal role in providing a comprehensive understanding of the current situation and optimal choices within the Tourism and Hospitality sector for all stakeholders. Undoubtedly, the industry is progressing in the right direction!

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BeCause Closes Seed Round with Tail-End Investment From Curiosity VC

The AI-focused Firm Brings BeCause’s Total Seed Funding to $2.5M to Support the Sustainability Data Technology Company’s Growth

COPENHAGEN, FEBRUARY 22, 2024 — BeCause, the Danish start-up transforming how the global hospitality, travel, and tourism industries manage their sustainability data, has secured a $600,000 (€556K) tail-end investment from Dutch investor Curiosity VC to close their seed round. This latest investment brings the company’s total seed funding to $2.5 million (€2.32M), including the $1.9 million (€1.76M) seed raised in November from Denmark’s Ugly Duckling Ventures, Estonia’s and other investors.

“We reserved some space at the end of our round for a strategic investor to join on equal terms and are thrilled to have found that partner in Curiosity VC. As an AI-focused fund, Curiosity brings key competencies and an international network to the table that will prove invaluable to us as we continue to unfold how artificial intelligence can enable more sustainability-focused operations in hospitality and tourism and across our growing set of solutions,” says BeCause co-founder and CEO Frederik Steensgaard.  

Mission-Driven Growth

Using BeCause, hotels can fully automate the collection, analysis, and communication of their sustainability efforts through a centralized hub, making it much easier for properties to qualify for industry certifications like GreenKey and ensure regulatory compliance based on local frameworks. BeCause dramatically reduces the cost of repetitive and manual tasks by up to 60%, compared to the error-prone processes still widely used within the industry to manage sustainability data. This increase in efficiency and trust significantly improves operational effectiveness.

Hotels also gain critical insights into the types of sustainability investments that might be most valuable for their business and the planet while enabling them to leverage the growing consumer demand for sustainability-focused accommodations. Simultaneously/Finally, the platform allows travel marketplaces, like, to get real-time information from green certification labels about a hotel’s sustainability status, which they can use to help travelers and customers make informed choices about their travel plans.  

BeCause currently has over 20,000 hotels worldwide streaming sustainability data via its platform and counts more than 50 certifiers and 15 travel booking marketplaces amongst its users.  

“What attracted us to BeCause is that they have a clear goal and a true passion for the problem at hand. Their advanced AI capabilities further enhance their ability to drive innovation, address complex challenges, and revolutionize sustainability efforts across sectors. Looking at how far they’ve already come, their execution powers are undeniable,” says Herman Kienhuis, Managing Partner at Curiosity VC. “They have a solid growth strategy in place and are perfectly positioned to solve the needs of stakeholders in hospitality, acting not just as a compliance tool, but as a strategic asset that opens improvement opportunities and aligns the industry with the evolving priorities of a more environmentally aware society.”

The now-completed seed round will enable BeCause to push ahead with its solution developed to support the European Union’s Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD), a pioneering regulation that strengthens the rules concerning ESG reporting for any company operating in the zone. Funding will also support the company’s accelerated growth rate to meet demand from global enterprise customers, such as, easyJet, Google, Radisson Hotel Group, and other global marquee brands across the travel, tourism, and hospitality sectors.

“CSRD will transform how companies report on their sustainability. BeCause has a major role to play in ensuring hotels and tourism companies can seamlessly communicate their impact on people and the environment to their investors, governments, and the world,” Steensgaard adds. “We are grateful to our VC partners for believing in our vision and enabling us to meet the diverse needs of all our clients. Now it’s time to accelerate the future of sustainable tourism and hospitality.”  

For more information about BeCause or to speak with CEO and Co-founder Frederik Steensgaard, please contact Vanessa Horwell

About BeCause

BeCause is an enterprise software company that streamlines the flow of sustainability data and creates synergies between different stakeholders in the travel, tourism, and hospitality industries, empowering them to make decisions that result in positive, responsible change for people, the planet, and their profits. BeCause works with over 20,000 hotels, including brands like Radisson, certification entities like GreenKey, industry partners like the Global Sustainable Tourism Council, and marketplaces like For more information, visit

About Curiosity

Curiosity is an Amsterdam-based venture capital fund focused on early-stage investments in ambitious, diverse teams based in the Benelux, Nordics, and Baltics. The fund invests in AI-first software companies that create value for businesses and society. Curiosity is led by two experienced operator-investors, Herman Kienhuis and Maurice Beckand Verwee, supported by a community of expert advisors and portfolio company founders who all become co-owners of the fund. For more information, visit or email:

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New Sustainability Directives are on the Horizon. Is Your Company Ready?

With global leaders committing to accelerate the shift away from fossil fuels at the recent COP28 Climate Conference in Dubai and the requirement for countries to submit a detailed plan as to how they intend to curb greenhouse gas emissions through 2035 in the next two years, companies need to be ready for an influx of new regulations and frameworks governing environmental, social governance (ESG) as well as sustainability reporting.  

Businesses operating in the European Union should already be preparing to overhaul their sustainability-related practices as directives like The Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive and The Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive (CSDDD), currently at the provisional agreement stage, come into play.  

The latter sets out the rules and obligations that large companies have towards the environment and human rights across their entire business, including partners and suppliers. But CSDDD cannot exist without CSRD and the related European Sustainability Reporting Standards (ESRS), which together set the legal framework and reporting obligations and provide a roadmap for compliance.  

On top of increasingly aggressive legislation are voluntary sustainability frameworks that can be downright dizzying to navigate. Take the hotel and hospitality industries, for instance. There are more than 200 companies worldwide offering sustainable accreditation and certification processes to these sectors, each with its own methods and criteria for evaluating sustainability, making compliance incredibly costly and time-consuming, particularly when you consider that for many companies, the only option is to manually collect and share data with certification entities.

Removing the burden (and inefficiencies) of manual processes

Shackled by such complexity, hotels cannot undertake the types of ambitious, transformational sustainability projects required to reduce travel’s negative impact on the planet. Yet those who don’t will quickly find themselves at a disadvantage when meeting consumer demand.

According to’s 2023 Sustainable Travel Report, 76% of consumers say they want to travel more sustainably in the near term, a 16% increase from the company’s 2021 survey and 5% higher than in 2022. More importantly—at least from a business perspective—is the willingness of nearly half (43%) to pay extra for travel options with sustainable certification. By the same measure, 49% of consumers say sustainable travel options are too expensive.  

A key reason they are too expensive comes from the complexity surrounding data collection and reporting. (a BeCause partner) includes a flag on its front end, which provides customers with a quick and easy way to determine a property’s sustainability status.

Until recently, the only way to get that information in front of consumers was by manually uploading spreadsheets from different certification entities to its database and mapping requirements to each hotel. It was a significant time suck, resulting in infrequent uploads, mapping errors and an erosion of trust. If a marketplace, which communicates existing data to its customers faces such hurdles, imagine the burden on hotels!

In an environment of heightened legislation governing ESG reporting and compliance — one which is also supported by consumer demand — it’s imperative that hotel and hospitality groups, as well as industry partners, operate within a connected ecosystem where the collection, management and communication of sustainability data flows in real-time between all concerned players. This increases transparency and makes it easier for hotels to gather the requirements needed to comply with voluntary frameworks and regulations as they evolve or change.

A much better way to manage the masses of sustainability data

While some may think that’s easier said than done, it’s more than doable if we ditch the spreadsheets and instead take a hub approach to sustainability management.

Here’s how that works:

Instead of collecting metrics through email, surveys and on paper, individual hotels input all sustainability data into a single platform. Sustainability managers at the chain level who want properties to qualify for specific certifications can indicate which data types need collecting by simply checking off a box in the platform, which automatically pulls the requirements from the certification bodies. The same goes for legislation.  

For instance, if a hotel brand headquartered in the United States has European properties, managers must know all the requirements of CSRD, ESRS, and CSDDD. With a purpose-built sustainability hub, they don’t have to, as those requirements are already in the platform and can be applied to any hotel with EU operations.  

Future-proofing processes to be ready for what comes next

The real time-saver, however, is in how the hub connects data to these requirements.

While the world would be a much simpler place if every government and certification body used the same language when it comes to sustainability compliance, this is sadly not the case. Without a hub, a person might be tasked with deciphering all the different tasks, which is often why sustainability management suffers from double accounting. But with a hub, that tedious mapping work is fully automated, enabling hotels to upcycle their sustainability data. It also means that a hub can flag for sustainability managers when vital data is missing, enabling much faster compliance.

With all this critical information in a centralized hub, we can start doing some really exciting things, like using machine learning to push hotels to be more sustainable, especially regarding voluntary certifications.

Imagine a sustainability manager receiving an alert on their hub informing them that they are just one requirement shy of qualifying for a certification around water usage. Wouldn’t they be more likely to consider implementing a new measure to enable them to obtain that certification than if that information wasn’t as easily obtained? Or if they received an alert warning that they are about to be disqualified from a certification because they are expending too much CO2? Within a hub environment, they can quickly analyze where the problem originates and take steps to correct it.  

To be ready for the upcoming sustainability revolution in Europe and worldwide, companies should refrain from putting the onus on their people to babysit data and catalog sustainability requirements.

A sustainability data hub is much more efficient at handling this information flow. Innovators can then leverage this data to convince their business leaders that sustainability measures above and beyond what’s strictly necessary are not only vital to protecting the planet but are investments worth pursuing.  

Alina Arnelle, Chief Sustainability Officer, BeCause

As the Chief Sustainability Officer, Alina’s main responsibility is to contribute and devise the company’s strategy with the aim of incorporating the latest sustainability trends and ensuring the company is up to speed with the relevant industry-specific developments. Additionally, Alina’s key role is to proactively develop specifications and direct the development of the BeCause platform within sustainability-related topics.

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hubli partners with BeCause to power sustainable meetings

The partnership with the leading hospitality sustainability data management hub will enable hubli to make more eco-certified hotel content available to planners.

COPENHAGEN, JANUARY 17, 2024 — BeCause, the technology start-up transforming how the global hospitality, travel and tourism industries manage their sustainability data, announced today an expanded partnership with hubli, the leading online marketplace and booking platform for corporate meetings, events and group hotel lodging.  

This partnership will allow hubli to add an ever-growing list of over 25,000 eco-labelled hotels on its platform, giving clients better visibility on a hotel’s environmental footprint and allowing them to book options that comply with their environmental, social and governance policies.  

With the BeCause sustainability API, hubli will be able to collect sustainability data from over sixty Travalyst-recognized certifications and automatically map it to hotels in its platform in real-time, providing valuable data such as energy and water consumption and many other attributes BeCause will be aiming to roll out support for this year. Hubli users can then identify which properties are sustainable according to internationally recognized standards.  

According to the Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) research, sustainable business travel has become increasingly important for corporate travel managers, with 73% communicating or planning to communicate to employees about making sustainable business travel choices. The hubli and BeCause partnership will make it easier for planners to make sustainable choices when booking meetings and group lodging in hotels worldwide by providing live sustainability data at the time of booking.

Powering transparency and customer choice

Hubli has an award-winning sustainability module allowing users to plan where to meet based on the lowest carbon consumption, book sustainable venues and remove high-waste items such as single-use plastics from meetings.  

Prior to the BeCause partnership, hubli allowed hotels and venues to upload third-party sustainability accreditation while also connecting to environmental venue certification bodies such as Green Key. Hubli will maintain the option to upload accreditation, particularly for non-hotel venues and partner with BeCause to fully automate over 25,000 hotel accreditations via API.  

“We empower global enterprises to make it faster and easier for their teams to meet in the most cost-effective and sustainable way possible. We are excited to work with BeCause to automate and scale our sustainable hotel content around the world,” commented hubli Founder and CEO Ciaran Delaney.  

“Our ongoing partnership with hubli demonstrates how BeCause can help booking marketplaces easily ramp up the availability and visibility of a wide range of hotel sustainability data. We’re excited to see how adding new eco-certification data will help hubli better service its enterprise client base,” adds BeCause CEO and co-founder Frederik Steensgaard.  

For more information about BeCause, their partnership with hubli, or to speak with CEO and Co-founder Frederik Steensgaard, please get in touch with Vanessa Horwell

About BeCause

BeCause is an enterprise software company that streamlines the flow of sustainability data and creates synergies between different stakeholders in the travel, tourism, and hospitality industries, empowering them to make decisions that result in positive, responsible change for people, the planet, and their profits. BeCause works with over 20,000 hotels, including brands like Radisson, certification entities like GreenKey, industry partners like the Global Sustainable Tourism Council, and marketplaces like For more information, visit

About hubli

Hubli is reinventing how teams meet and collaborate by providing organisations with a self-serve booking platform for meetings, off-sites and group hotel stays with in-built policy, savings and sustainability controls. For more information, visit  

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