Dear valued customers, partners and friends,
As we approach the end of 2022, we would like to take this opportunity to express our best wishes for the holidays and reflect on the work, challenges and achievements of ENVI-met.
This year has again been tough for people worldwide with the continued impact of an inflation surge, the Russian invasion of Ukraine causing the displacement of millions of Ukrainians and the protests in Iran.
Although we cannot change these issues, we have tried to support especially universities and students in the affected countries. To this end, we have launched several philanthropic projects, such as the ENVI-met UNI LAB Award. This new competition highlights the efforts of extraordinary students measuring and demonstrating the impact of urban design strategies and nature-based solutions while addressing climate challenges.
We have also launched the ENVI-met World Tour in 2022, inviting you to visit cities on different continents to try to answer the most important questions regarding the future of mankind: How can we realise our need and desire for more recreational space, less urban overheating, and density considering the effects of climate change.
Despite this, there have been some great highlights for ENVI-met and the team. We have further expanded our businesses in many countries worldwide, forged new partnerships, and delivered some significant new software developments.
We are humbled and deeply proud about everything our team have accomplished, as well as all the improvements that we have put in place.
On behalf of the entire management team, we would like to extend a big thank you to all our customers, our partners, finally, to all our employees who have gone above and beyond.
Looking ahead to 2023, we are committed to opening a new chapter in Data Analysis and Reporting and providing new thermal comfort assessment methods. Likewise we will be announcing the next UNI LAB Award in spring and showcasing new World Tour stations in Nigeria, China and India, United States and Estonia to observe the impact of raising temperatures on key urban areas.
It is in this spirit that we say thank you and best wishes for the holidays and New Year.
Daniela and Michael Bruse