Cloverly is headed to Frankfurt, Germany, to talk to the world's airlines about decarbonization.
A little more than a month ago, IATA contacted us about a hackathon they are running in Frankfurt. IATA (pronounced eye-AT-uh) stands for International Air Transport Association. It's the largest trade association for the world's airlines.
Several times a year, they bring developers together to address issues faced by the airline industry. In October, they are tackling carbon emissions.
We had a great meeting with IATA, and were encouraged that they found us through a Google search for carbon-offsetting APIs. (Great job, SEO team!) After just a few short minutes, it became increasingly clear that we were exactly the kind of API they were looking for, and that they were exactly the kind of organization we built Cloverly to serve. A great match!
We're thrilled to be the featured API for carbon offsetting. Three members of our team will mingle with developers from major airlines and companies serving the airline industry (hope to see you there, Kayak), plus freelance developers. The hackathon itself will last two days, with no breaks. That's right; the devs will be coding all night!
We can't wait to get our API in the hands of the developers. We're optimistic that Cloverly can power imaginative solutions that allow airline customers to green their flights.
Thanks, IATA, for including us at the event. We'll see you in Germany!