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Meet Martin, our Product Manager

Meet Martin, our Product Manager

Martin, PR Manager


Martin has been a part of the Click & Grow team since 2019: "Sustainability topics are my passion, especially those that involve food. So I was searching for a company to work at where there would be a clear mission to make the planet greener and a scalable and proven solution to do so. I found C&G and luckily was taken into the team! My educational background is in environmental engineering, sociology, and art and I've been working in communication/PR jobs for 9 years."


Which aspect of working at Click & Grow do you enjoy the most?

The moments when Click & Growers share how our gardens have improved their lives. Also, really like the office and close group of people working together for a better planet!


What are some of the most important things you’ve learned at C&G?


Plants have taught me so many things, but most importantly how to live more slowly and how to notice and take in every experience to build a happier and more meaningful life.


What is your favorite place in nature?


Mountains and hills with lots of trees.


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What is the biggest plant you’ve seen / most amazing plant you’ve had a chance to meet?


Mimosa pudica - the plant that reacts to your touch.


Name a song that cheers you up every time:


Simple minds - Don't you (forget about me)


How many houseplants do you have?




What is your favorite plant to grow in a Smart Garden?


Red Pak choi


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