Innovation That Matters


We partner with selected purpose-driven organisations to help them thrive in a disrupted world. Through an agreed, mutually beneficial scope of work we can create new and valuable connections for partners looking to reach a highly engaged, global audience of innovators, investors, senior business leaders and other thought leaders.


Our cross promotion can include:

Promotion in newsletters and social media posts

Editorial content about your work, written by us, published and promoted to our community

Event promotion on the Springwise Innovation app

Event speakers and panellists from our network of experts 

Current partners

ChangeNOW Summit

Springwise is a major ecosystem partner for ChangeNOW, the world’s largest gathering of solutions for the planet that takes place annually in Paris. The goal: to accelerate the development of purpose-driven solutions and to encourage action and collaboration between private and public stakeholders. Learn more.

The Earthshot Prize

We are storytelling and nominating partner for The Earthshot Prize. Launched by Prince William in 2020, this registered charity searches for extraordinary solutions to the world’s greatest environmental challenges and supports the development of the annual winners. Learn more.


We are the innovation partner for UK-based news organisation for sustainability professionals. Learn more.

The Iris Prize

We are a nominating partner for this prize, which awards three outstanding 15-18 years olds each year with financial support to bring a project to life which champions the protection and restoration of nature.  Learn more.

1 Percent for the Planet

We are members of this organisation, foundedin 2002 by Yvon Chouinard, founder of Patagonia, and Craig Mathews, founder of Blue Ribbon Flies. Learn more.

Rewilding Britain

Through 1% for the Planet, we support the work of Rewilding Britain, an organisation committed to protecting, restoring and regenerating species-rich mosaics of habitats, rewilding helps reverse biodiversity loss and bring back the abundance of Britain’s wildlife. Learn more.