A new ‘freecycling’ trend has arrived in The Netherlands. ‘Freemi’ is a social-sustainable lifestyle app from Denmark providing a new circular freeconomy experience.
“We are on a mission to put an end to the throw-away-culture and create awareness on how we can easily circulate things and help each other while saving the environment and avoid CO2 emissions”, Rasmus Thude, CEO and co-founder at Freemi.
Freemi is making it more convenient to give away used belongings than to throw stuff out and everything has to be 100% free. Freemi has more than 150.000 users and in just 8 weeks, 10.000 people have joined the new freeconomy in The Netherlands.
Founded in Copenhagen in 2016 by (from the right) Rasmus Thude, Jamie Neubert Pedersen and Mikkel Mørch, Freemi has now expanded its freeconomy to The Netherlands, in particular, the major cities, Amsterdam, Rotterdam and The Hague where hundreds of free items are available on Freemi.