Job Footprint is the business software that creates a climate-friendly corporate culture.

Office workers are responsible for at least 17% of Sweden's CO₂ emissions. Addressing these emissions is crucial to mitigate climate change.

It is not easy for sustainability managers of large companies and organisations to deal with indirect CO₂ emissions.

Job Footprint is here to engage employees into more sustainable work behaviours and diminish emissions.

What can our business software do for you?

Individual diagnostic

Every month, your colleagues receive a diagnostic of their individual climate impact

Set targets for all employees

You decide: engage your colleagues by setting them targets or implementing gamification features

Monitor progress

Every employee and team can monitor their progress and compare themselves to each other.

Get feedback

Allow employees to suggest modifications of their work environment. They know best what is doable.


As time goes by, you can improve your Job Footprint offer to include more activities, more indicators and more services

Reduce your emissions

Because Corporate Environmental Responsibility should be more about achieving and less about reporting


Why Job Footprint?

Job Footprint is a Swedish startup based in Stockholm.

Mitigating climate change and keeping global warming well below 2°C is probably the biggest challenge humankind has ever faced. It is difficult but it is not impossible. But we need everybody to play their part: countries, cities, companies and citizens. Some of the solutions will come from technological changes, other will come from behavioural changes.

The difficulty with behavioural change is that it has a very little impact when we act on our own which can be very ungrateful and discouraging. Leading collective change can be intimidating. So, where to start?

We spend almost one third of our awake-time at work. Work is the main reason we commute and travel and we consume many products and services there. An average office worker is responsible for the emission of 4 to 8 tCO₂ per year. But work is also an environment where people naturally communicate, exchange and learn from each other. At Job Footprint, this where we believe we can start the change.

Read more about the Job Footprint concept here or have a tour of our
Job Footprint is a proud member of the Care of Business programme. A business coaching and training programme created by Impact Invest Scandinavia for foreign-born entrepreneurs carrying a project with sustainability at its core. You can learn more about C/o Business here.
Care of Business

Care of Business

Job Footprint is happy to be supported by the innovation grant of Start-up Stockholm.
Start-up Stockholm is the largest organisation in Sweden giving support and advice to start-ups.
Start-up Stockholm

Start-up Stockholm

180 Degrees Consulting is the world's largest univrsity-based consultancy. They improve education, reduce homelessness and alleviate poverty but helping young impactfull companies and NGOs, including Oxfam, the UNHCR, Wikimedia and now… Job Footprint.
180 Degrees Consulting

180 Degrees Consulting


If you are curious to know more about Job Footprint, if you wish to see a prototype of our product,
if you have inquiries about our pricing, or if you are interested in joining our team,
do not hesitate to send us a message.


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