Today, more and more people are interfering in the business sector while trying to create a social impact through their activities. The entrepreneurs listed below show the way to social entrepreneurship with their unique ideas.
- Ruben Harris – Professional Karma: He is the CEO and co-founder of Career Karma. It all started in 2014 when Ruben and the other two members of the executive team, Timur Meyster and Artur Meyster, moved to Silicon Valley to get into technology. In 2016 they launched the podcast “Breaking Into Startups” to present stories of people from non-traditional backgrounds and in 2018 the Career Karma mobile app was launched. The Career Karma community grew to 150,000 members in 2020. Career Karma offers free counseling and counseling to people from different backgrounds and professions in order to better organize their careers.
- Robert Luo – My Land: Robert Luo is the founder of Mi Terro. Its mission is to help protect the environment by reducing food waste. As for food waste, Robert Luo believes that “nothing is ever a waste but an opportunity.” Mi Terro turns poor milk into fiber for clothes. Interested consumers can purchase t-shirts, boxers and more online through the Mi Terro website. Mi Terro took second place in December 2020 in the Global Agricultural Challenge, launched by FAO, Zhejiang University and Pinduoduo.
- Tiila Abbitt – Aether Beauty: Aether Beauty was founded in 2018. Tiila Abbitt has a BFA in sculpture and an MFA in fashion design. She worked in the fashion industry for over 5 years before moving on to beauty. Tilla Abbitt replaces chemical ingredients with cleaner alternatives in order to formulate colored cosmetics. She is passionate about organic products and has also been a vegetarian for over 24 years. Her cosmetics include makeup products for the face, eyes and lips.
- Bonnie Gringer – Sharethelovely: Sharethelovely helps women live an authentic wedding experience with a conscious focus on making great decisions that have a long-lasting positive effect. Sharethelovely provides the wedding industry and consumers with a range of sustainable products and services that help couples create their dream wedding at a fraction of the cost and support local businesses across the country online and offline. to achieve a positive local, environmental and social impact. At sharethelovely.com consumers will find a wide range of wedding dresses, accessories and decorating ideas. Consumers can buy or sell items through the website. The whole business concept belongs to Bonnie Gringer, a supporter of environmental protection.
- Topazi Smith – EN-Noble: EN-Noble is a technology company focused on travel, equity and real cultural immersions. Its vision is to improve global peace and sustainable socio-economics in culturally rich communities. Topaz Smith is the founder and CEO. EN-Noble offers advice to travelers to different destinations around the world supporting sustainable tourism, while offering unique experiences.
- Quinn Fitzgerald and Sara Dickhaus de Zarraga – Flare: These two women are graduates of Harvard Business School and both have been sexually assaulted. They founded Flare in 2016. Flare creates bracelets for women that carry a specific technology. Once a woman buys the bracelet, she has to download the Flare app and pair it easily via Bluetooth. You then need to sync your phone contacts with the Flare app so you can choose who will get your GPS location and a message when you need a backup. In other words, this bracelet can save a woman’s life.
- Brendan Brazier and Mark McTavish – Pulp Culture: Pulp Culture is a cold-pressed, wild-fermented juice that is mixed with adaptogenic teas, herbal infusions and super mushrooms. The last part of the production process includes carbonation. The fully mixed pressed juice receives some gas and shine to help excite the palate. The result is a drink without additives, without sugar and without sugar, with 6 billion natural probiotics, B vitamins and 4.9% ABV. You can find it in different flavors. Brendan Brazier and Mark McTavish are gym lovers.
- Dinesh Tadpalli – AMAZING: IncrEdible shows us how to preserve nature by changing plastic and eating our spoon. Through www.incrediblespoon.com, customers can buy edible spoons of all flavors and shapes. For example, you can find everything from spicy oregano-flavored spoons to chocolate-flavored spoons. Decision maker and co-founder, Dinesh Tadpalli shares with his partners the passion for sustainability trying to overcome the plastic problem that has been ignored for too long.
- Alexandre Koiransky – FIRA: Alexandre Koiransky created a spiritual brand trying to ensure that farmers and workers who cultivate crops will be paid a fair price. The growth of sustainable business ecosystems in places like Bolivia, Uzbekistan, Malawi, Paraguay, Belize and El Salvador is the focus. Another goal of FAIR is to stop using plastic until the end of 2022.
- Shireen Jaffer – Edvo: Edvo is a start-up that provides people with the right tools to think better and live better. The whole idea has to do with a personal learning system that is accompanied by a web application that helps people review notes, explore their thinking, and develop well-informed perspectives on everything that matters to them. At edvo.com, visitors are informed that “with Edvo you become your best teacher. You decide what is worth learning. You control how you think. You determine what you are capable of. ” Don’t you think it’s worth a try?
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