Tink research finds that 18-34 year olds in the UK want more information on their carbon footprint, and place high expectations on banks to help them track and improve it. With open banking, financial institutions can meet this demand.
There are many ways in which open banking can help promote sustainability, for businesses as well as consumers. Find out how to create better digital experiences, increase efficiency, and save the planet – all at the same time.
Youtility and Tink are teaming up to help retail banks in the UK offer subscription and money management tools – with savings and sustainability in mind. Here’s more about the partnership, and how it’s addressing important consumer needs.
NatWest enlisted the help of both Tink and Cogo to offer a carbon tracking feature for their climate-conscious customers. Here’s how it works – and why Tink and Cogo joined forces to bring other similar solutions to market.
While we can never really know for sure what the new year will bring – it’s still quite fun to guess. (Then look back to see what you got right and where you were way off.) Here’s what Tink CEO Daniel Kjellén predicts for 2022.
Once again, open banking data is being used to save the world and help people reduce their environmental impact. Find out how ecolytiq is supercharging their sustainability solution for banks and fintechs by partnering with Tink.
Discover how Swedish startup Gokind is cleverly combining users’ financial data with sustainability information from brands to help consumers understand the real impact of their purchases and make more ethical choices.
epap is on a mission to reinvent the paper receipt with a digital and more sustainable way to keep track of receipts – all in one app. By partnering with Tink, epap can offer their users an easier and more efficient digital receipt experience.
Sustainability is an important part of our lives. Tackling climate change and building a service that allows consumers to easily view, track, and reduce their climate impact is exactly what Qliro and Deedster set out to accomplish. Here's how they're using open banking to do it.
Open banking is becoming a crucial tool in the fight to reduce carbon footprint. By plugging open banking tech into digital services, individuals and businesses can track and change their behaviour in a meaningful way. Here’s how.