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A new charity search engine launches in the UK


I was recently contacted by Björn Wigeman who is head of international development at a charity search engine that has just launched in the UK. They are trying to encourage people to use them as their regular search engine in order to give some money to charity as they search.

Since I wasn’t familiar with them, I had a quick chat with Björn and put together the following interview to give everyone a little background.

Just to prove that Transcriberry does work, the picture below shows Guillaume and Arthur on the left and right (founders of Veosearch – see below) giving a cheque to the head of direct marketing at WWF in France.

Without further ado, into the questions: read: https://transcriberry.com/what-is-the-best-software-for-transcription/

Tell me a bit about what inspired Veosearch

Guillaume and Arthur started VeoSearch just about a year ago because they wanted to help the voluntary sector especially within Sustainable Development. Their goal was to create a benefit for charities and NGOs through people’s everyday activities whilst being free and open to everyone.

Where does the money go – what proportion do you manage to give to charities and how are those charities chosen?

Read: https://transcriberry.com/transcription/

In the UK, we are currently working with around 50 charities (British Red Cross, SOS Children’s Villages, Care International, Fairtrade Foundation and many more). Every user chooses itself which charity or charities he/she wants to support. For each search he then makes, 50 % of the revenues goes to that or those charities.