CEO and founder Klimapatenschaft and Green Tiny Houses
Jan Sadowsky is the founder and CEO of Klimapatenschaft and Green Tiny Houses. Before the company Klimapatenschaft was founded in 2013, he worked successfully as an independent financial service provider and investment advisor for around 20 years. During this time, he increasingly shifted his consulting focus and his expertise to forest projects as an ecological financial investment and the associated effects, such as CO2 binding and the value and use of natural, regenerative resources. This gave rise to the idea and vision for the company Klimapatenschaft GmbH. In addition to his managerial activities, Jan Sadowsky's focus lies on the strategic and operational alignment of sustainable products and services in the tourism industry. Green Tiny Houses is his latest project in this context.
Green Tiny Houses creates accommodation offers that understand sustainability not as a label, but as an experience. The mini holiday homes are located where no hotel can go: in the middle of nature, from the North Sea to the Alps. Green Tiny Houses build their accommodations completely ecologically and healthily. The 22 square meters are full of green innovations that make sustainability tangible. Green Tiny Houses calls this the tourism of the future - which protects nature and inspires people to lead a more conscious life. Entire parks with green tiny houses are being created across Europe, making the world a little greener with every overnight stay.