Today, WikiRate is celebrating its public launch after a successful beta phase. The open data platform is ready for you to navigate and collaborate on. Access more than 4 million free company sustainability data points and use them in real world projects that positively impact people and the planet.
Going with the 1.0 launch is a new look; clean icons, bold colors, and a sharp logo.
Laureen van Breen, Managing Director, said:
“We are super excited to launch Wikirate 1.0; we are proud to offer the world an open data platform that is fit and ready to help tackle the world’s most pressing social and environmental challenges. We are now a step closer to a world where everyone can understand and shape company impacts.
“During the beta phase, we learned a lot. We constantly improved the platform and built a solid foundation for our community. And their positive impact during that time was impressive to say the least! From reforming modern slavery legislation to calling out large garment brands’ social and greenwashing, there have been many successes.
“Now, we aim to replicate that success with more organizations and individuals that want to use company sustainability data for good. If you are an organization producing or using open data in your work or simply want to help make a positive difference, then we’d love to hear from you.”