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How does the Tomorrow contribution work?
In order for your money to bring about a positive change and doesn't contribute to the planet's destruction, we are working on various parameters. The Tomorrow contribution is one of them.
The team behind tomorrow: julius
While Julius, as backend developer, sits in front of a black screen with white numbers most of the time, he spends his free time in the rehearsal room.
The ripple effect
Slowly but surely, the year 2019 is picking up speed. The Twixmas hole and the New Year's hangover are over and, next Monday at the latest, everyday life starts again for most of us.
The team behind tomorrow: Andi
Andi is responsible for customer support and ensures that all users' questions are answered.
The team behind tomorrow: Manuel
We're just getting into Manuel's favorite season, because he prefers cold, snow and winter comfort to the glaring and hot summer.
The tomorrow impact board
With our Impact Board, we want to keep you up to date at all time about where and how your money achieves positive impact. How much money is available overall, thanks to you, for sustainable industries and projects?
Interview with the Avocadostore blog
We talked to the creators of the online shop about how we want to live tomorrow and what we think will change in the future.
The team behind tomorrow: Hanna
Hanna is a genuine Hamburger, and she has long roots here in bohemian St. Pauli. Until recently, it never occurred to her to work for a bank. Although she has a mania for order and has studied business administration, there's one thing Hanna's not: stuffy and conventional.
Our first impact investment
The first Tomorrow investment has been launched - still modest in size, but with exactly the right content.
Tomorrow is coming. in november.
Things are getting real. Tomorrow''s coming. In November.
What is Microfinance?
Microcredits are small loans that are mainly used in developing countries. For many years, they have been regarded as a central instrument of development work. Microcredits are small loans that are mainly used in developing countries.
Newsletter #6: Böhmermann presents Tomorrow
At the beginning of the year we set off on a journey with the Tomorrow project, full of energy, with great ambitions and, yes, a dash of naivety.
The team behind tomorrow: Sasha
Sascha's area is mobile development. He makes sure that the Tomorrow app looks smart, works and bugs are quickly eliminated so that users have fun using it.
A place for tech stuff, wild ideas and everyday concerns.
Sustainable banking needs feedback from users, especially in the forum.
The team behind Tomorrow: Clara
Clara gives answers to the small and big questions at Tomorrow. She is in charge of customer support and responsible for all organizational matters relating to the beta phase - via chat, e-mail and telephone.
NEWSLETTER #5 - B-CORP, BETA AND THE UPCOMING START
Well, now it's definitely over, the summer of the century. But don't worry, there's also some good news for you. Here comes our fifth newsletter.
We're beta, you're brilliant.
The public beta phase, to which we invited about 300 users*, has been running for a few weeks now. Around half of them have now opened an account - and are testing what they can do. Time for us to say a big thank you - and give you a little update.
The next Podcast
Podcasts are the new black, so to speak. So we didn’t need to hesitate for long when the folks from PayTechLaw asked to talk to us. And we didn’t regret it afterwards, either.
Tomorrow at the z2x-festival
We were guests at the "Festival of New Visionaries", organised by Zeit Online. Z2X is a community of people aged 2X, from 20 to 29. They share the best ideas for improving the world - or their own lives.
A credit card that plants trees?
With every transaction, our – that is, your – money is doing some good: because our Mastercard can plant trees. Our forest protection project is located in Portel, Brazil. There over 178,000 hectares of Amazon rainforest are protected from logging here. But there is even more! In various places in Uganda, clean drinking water is provided by drilling and maintaining holes. Whenever you use your credit card, you’re supporting this important projects!
Newsletter #4: The iOS beta phase
Since the beginning of July, we’ve been furiously testing. After some minor teething problems in the first days (to be expected), it’s all running smoothly.
The finance forward podcast
At Finance Forward we are talking with Felix Disselhoffabout our smart product, which rethinks banking services in a groundbreaking way. It is intended to pick up a young group of users who want to make a positive contribution by way of finance.
It's Beta, Baby.
Since the beginning of July, our internal beta phase has been running, during which we have been busy testing the app and card within the team: We bought plenty of organic vegetables and ordered Fair Trade coffee.
Welcome to the control room.
From now on, you can watch us at work. We have made a great Trello board, where you can browse, inform yourselves, and even join in. Welcome!
Newsletter #3- Are these the bankers of tomorrow?
Dear Tomorrow Community, Hopefully you're enjoying the summer to the fullest. Meanwhile we're sweating, our noses to the grindstone, towards the approaching launch of Tomorrow. That's right - it's nearly ready, and the first consistently sustainable mobile current account will become a reality.
Tomorrow on Tour
We're busy spreading the word that mobile banking will soon be available in sustainable form - or sustainable banking in mobile form, if you prefer.
Interview Viertel Vor
We gave a long interview to our friends from V\V: Marcus and Anna wanted to know why we like to use the word'progressive', how we choose our projects and where the future of Tomorrow can lead us.
Next organic award - we are nominated
Tomorrow was nominated for the Next Organic Startup Award 2018, one of the most important competitions for sustainable start-ups in Germany. There will be an audience award via online voting
Newsletter #2 - Banking as smart as phones
Together with you, we would like to develop the "bank of tomorrow". But what does it take to achieve this? We believe: The right technological platform, a good team, a consistent attitude, sufficient attention - and an open dialogue with all parties involved. No sooner said than done.
TOMORROW IS COOPERATING WITH SOLARISBANK
Tomorrow uses solarisBank's banking platform for sustainable neo-banking services: Tomorrow, the first sustainable mobile banking offer, and solarisBank, the first digital banking platform with a full banking license, are starting a long-term cooperation.
not another fintech
With Tomorrow we want money to become part of the solution. By putting a stop, in the first step, to the financing of all socially and ecologically destructive industries. In the next step we want to turn the tables with you - and use your and our money to create positive change.
It's what's on the inside that counts
How can a credit card be sustainable? Last week, we commissioned the printing of the future Tomorrow Mastercards. Now they are rolling off the production line piece by piece.
Social Innovation Challenge
Chatbots, AI, Vero, the new Facebook feed and many more buzzwords were at the top of the agenda during the Social Media Week Hamburg last week. A series of exciting workshops, panels, keynotes on the current trends and topics of a digitized society - all connected with the question of how we want to live in this „brave new world“.
Newsletter #1: Banking must not cost the earth
We've added a blog to our website to share some of the issues we're dealing with as we work on the bank of tomorrow. For a start, we'll introduce ourselves - the team behind Tomorrow.
The team behind Tomorrow: Michael
Michael Schweikart has been on board with Tomorrow since the beginning, as a co-founder and master of the numbers. The role suits him. He was formerly a management consultant in contemplative Erlangen, then in the start-up mecca, Berlin.
A green crypto currency - is that possible?
Bitcoin, Ethereum and Ripple are the words on everyone's lips - and they've spread far beyond the financial world. The critical voices are becoming louder and louder, calling into question both the bubble-like hype and the ecological footprint of 'mining'.
Sad, but true: banks and their bomb deals.
The global weapons business is booming. Numerous countries around the globe are upgrading. Between 2011 and 2015, the global arms trade increased by 14 percent compared to the five years before.
The team behind Tomorrow: Jakob
Jakob Berndt is the third co-founder, besides Inas and Michael. Until 2017, he was the founder and managing director of the social business 'Lemonaid & ChariTea'. There, they successfully brought together development cooperation, culinary delights and Zeitgeist – and won numerous prizes for it. And loads of: today you can find the premium soft drinks behind the best counters and bars in more than 15 countries.
The team behind Tomorrow: Dennis
Dennis Andrick is our guy behind the scenes, holding it all together. He coordinates our IT systems and databases. This isn't his first time: For more than 10 years, he was responsible for technical product management and development at Fox Mobile Group and DeinDesign.
The team behind Tomorrow: Ryan
Ryan has been a designer and developer for more than 10 years. He's seen a fair bit of the world. Dubai, London, Glasgow and Berlin were his ports of call, where he accompanied brands and institutions from the fields of eCommerce, real estate and education on their way into the new media age.
What good is growth if nothing is growing anymore?
We are currently working flat out on our sustainable, digital investment advice (often called Robo-Advisor in industry jargon, a portmanteau of 'robot' and 'advisor'). We can already make one big promise today: no cent of your money will flow into yesterday's questionable industries.
The team behind Tomorrow: Inas.
Nearly two years ago, Inas Nureldin had the idea for Tomorrow when he asked himself for the first time: What does our money do all the time? And how could we use it to create positive change? Ina's response was to found Tomorrow.