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We are happy and pronounce that we made it inot the final of the Enorm social entrepreneur competition. And this although we only hace a basic prelaunch site and blog so far. Of course this will change in a few weeks from now and we all cannot wait until the moment we finally launch. But so […]

So far, we have just talked about our idea and project. It’s time to present the team! Here you can see Francesco, our brain and CTO, and me, Thomas, CEO. The photo is taken in our office in the social impact lab. It’s a shared office space with great people and an inspiring working atmosphere. We […]

Transparency is a priority for us. Therefore it’s extremely important to us that you know what happens to your money. When you order pictures from us, Photocircle forfeits 6% of the purchasing price and in this way supports a non-profit organisation of your choice. We want to emphasise that we subtract this 6% from our margin rather […]

This photo shows a little hmong boy playing with a tire. The picture was taken in a small village near Luang Prabang, Laos. Print your photos on www.photocircle.net and support social projects in this beautiful region.

This photo shows barefoot monks walking in the streets of Luang Prabang, Laos. If you should happen to visit Laos, this is probably one of the nicest experiences you can enjoy. Get up at 5 in the morning, take part in the alms giving procedure and see hundreds of monks all dressed in bright orange […]

Starting your business is very hard. At the beginning there is just an idea and everything seems very simple. But the idea is nothing. Executing the idea is the real work. Once you have started, there are so many things you have to consider and when you think you have it all figured out, something […]

Since early October 2019 we've already been able to plant 130.852 trees thanks to the pictures sold on Photocircle. They will absorb approximately 10.468.160 kg CO₂ within the next five years.