• Industry: SME
  • Type: Equity, P2P lending
  • Min. investment: € 1
  • Currency: EUR
  • Country: France

Ulule

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Ulule is the number one community-backed incubator of positive impact projects in the world. Its mission is to empower people to take action for a world that is more diverse, more sustainable and open to all. It works to help creators turn their ideas into actions, succeed and grow their projects to increase their impact.

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