We don't just do market research.
We do it the good way.

At Appinio we want to change the (business) world for the better. We believe that doing well as a company and doing good in the world go hand in hand. That's why social and environmental initiatives aren't just something we do on the side, it's an integral part of our mindset and everyday business.
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1% of revenues goes to
fight climate change

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We plant a tree for every survey

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Free market research for NGOs

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B Corp certified

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We double employees' donations

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10% off for carbon neutral
companies like us

Changing the (business) world for the better

“For a long time I thought: first I’m going to build a successful tech company, and then I’m going to commit my time to working for a non- profit organization and change the world for the better. But that is, in a sense, hypocritical. We should take action right now. With Appinio, our team, our growth, and our shareholder structure we have the unique opportunity whereby doing good and maximum business success can go hand in hand.”

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Jonathan Kurfess

CEO & Founder

Acting as a force for good

  • Appinio for NGOs

    We are happy to support NGOs in raising awareness and bringing visibility to social, environmental causes, by providing them with data and free studies.

  • Appinio for journalists

    We provide journalists with free market research to enrich discussions and hack social media with data rather than subjective opinions to fight fake news that threaten our democracy.

  • Appinio for policymakers

    We help advocacy groups and those working in the policymaking space get closer to their audience and causes close to them – we help decision makers understand what their audience really think.

The Earth is Our Business

  • 150

    trees are planted every day through Eden Reforestation Projects

  • 422

    tonnes of carbon compensated in 2014-2020

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