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|| Saudi investors of Aramco Ventures and consortium invested $20 million in US firm

Saudi investment firm Aramco Ventures and a consortium has acquired stake in Pulsora, a A US-based platform for enterprise sustainability management for $20 million.

Founded in 2021, Pulsora helps more than 400 businesses measure, report, and improve their sustainability and ESG initiatives. Other investors include Carica Sustainable Investments, Sabanc─▒ Climate Ventures, and JetBlue Ventures (Aramco Ventures is the corporate venturing arm of Saudi Aramco and is based in Dhahran Saudi Arabia.)

Aramco Ventures is listed in the Middle East Investors Directory with the code BS15.



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