‘Wattics 2.0’ puts its energy into reducing carbon footprints
A change of direction in its software offering has put the software firm on course to achieve revenues of €1m this year
Antonio Ruzzelli, one of the founders of Wattics, calls its employees “climate change fighters”.
The company sells a software platform that helps organisations work out how much energy they are using and how they can cut costs.
The Italian-born entrepreneur is targeting revenues of €1 million this year, a radically different situation to where he found himself two years ago when he changed the business’s direction.
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