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Christine Moseley Christine Moseley

Location: San Francisco, CA Founded: 2015 Industry: Food Revolutionaries Share: Photo Credit: Courtesy subject Watermelon, celery hearts, broccoli bits: There’s no shortage of food that goes to waste in America. In 2010, the Food and Drug Administration said the volume of such food in the U.S.

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Anette Miwa Dimmen | Founder Of As We Are Now Anette Miwa Dimmen | Founder Of As We Are Now

As We Are Now was born from founder Anette Miwa Dimmen’s desire to create a new kind of lifestyle brand with a holistic approach to fashion, lifestyle, design and sustainability. Having worked for ten years in an international design and manufacturing agency, Anette saw a gap in the market for a brand that connects feminine aesthetics and values with smart products and innovative fabrics.

Written by: The Inspired Co
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How To Use Technology To Decrease Customer Returns — With Gulnaz Khusainova How To Use Technology To Decrease Customer Returns — With Gulnaz Khusainova

Today’s guest says she read one book that changed her life. Gulnaz Khusainova started her first company at 19 and today she is the founder of Easysize.

Written by: EasySize Blog
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Help with Burnt Skin Help with Burnt Skin

Our body is covered with around 1.7 square metres of skin. If this protection is missing, for example due to extensive burns, reserve skin is needed for skin grafts within a short period of time. Zurich-based start-up Cutiss has developed a new process to bio-engineer the required skin.

Written by: Janine Radlingmayr
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Daphna Nissenbaum: A Social Entrepreneur Creating A Better Society Daphna Nissenbaum: A Social Entrepreneur Creating A Better Society

The negligence of a safe environment has harmed Mother Nature adversely resulting in the long-known threat — Global Warming.

Written by: Mirror Review
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Interview with Gulnaz Khusainova from EasySize (Denmark) Interview with Gulnaz Khusainova from EasySize (Denmark)

EasySize is a data-driven technology defining clothing sizes and decreasing returns for online-shops. It helps online shops to save money and offer their clients a new shopping experience.

Written by: Romania
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