Category: GOODB STARS

Profits with Purpose for Disabled

Profits with Purpose for Disabled

August 21, 2014 | Comments (0)

Seventeen year-old Charlotte Robinson and twenty-seven year-old Brittany Martin are two of the newest social innovators creating products for the disabled community. Both entrepreneurs had chapersonal experiences with disabilities and have turned these

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How Equity Crowdfunding Works for Entrepreneurs

How Equity Crowdfunding Works for Entrepreneurs

August 20, 2014 | Comments (0)

Equity crowdfunding has become something of a legend in the startup industry. It is being hailed (and criticized) for being a brand new conduit for startups to raise capital and for entrepreneurs to launch new endeavors. It’s true that a great amount of potential capital could be unlocked by including the non-accredited investors in the startup industry.

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Native Americans Embrace Social Enterprise

Native Americans Embrace Social Enterprise

August 20, 2014 | Comments (0)

To the residents of the Cheyenne River Reservation, the newly-opened Keya Café & Coffee Shop in Eagle Butte, South Dakota, is a great place to pick up a cup of coffee and a pastry in the morning. But behind the scenes, this small business is working on a much broader scope by addressing such issues as the environment, job creation, diabetes, and youth life skills.

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Berlin Says Nein to Uber!

Berlin Says Nein to Uber!

August 15, 2014 | Comments (0)

In the U.S. entrepreneurship flourishes simply because we have relatively few rules restricting competition. The upside is obviously the entrepreneurial and innovation boon we are experiencing currently in New York City and across the States. The downside is the huge job losses and lack of safety net that German society provides for its citizens.

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Borrow & Save: NYC Community Bank that Cares

Borrow & Save: NYC Community Bank that Cares

August 11, 2014 | Comments (0)

Borrow-and-Save, is the newest Spring Bank product designed to meet the needs of New York City’s low and moderate income/underbanked and unbanked consumers. Borrow-and-Save is an antidote to high-cost, asset draining small dollar loans.

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Millennial Media Talking Heads Talk!

Millennial Media Talking Heads Talk!

August 11, 2014 | Comments (0)

This millennial group kinda think they are awesome, but FYI, at GoodB we do too! Upworthy, the video activist platform that rocks joins BuzzFeed & Mashable to talk about big data and media power! If you are in NYC this week, find out how they use it to get the word out and sustain their product too.

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Health Tech: Text Your Doctor

Health Tech: Text Your Doctor

August 6, 2014 | Comments (0)

Ever wanted to text your doctor for advice? This startup is taking it to the next level and creating a healthcare texting program for underserved high-need Medicaid patients. Social innovation in healthcare is a growing billion dollar field and reveals that business can be personal and profitable at the same time.

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Rent-A-Boat: The Airbnb of the Sea

Rent-A-Boat: The Airbnb of the Sea

August 6, 2014 | Comments (0)

According to Aaron Hall, founder of BoatBound.co, “There’s not a boater on the planet today that gets to use their boat as often as they’d like.”
Hall co-founded Boatbound in 2012, a company he says will make boating more accessible and more affordable. Boatbound is a peer-to-peer marketplace that allows boat owners to rent their boats to prescreened, qualified renters.

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For the Urban Biker: How Cool Is This?

For the Urban Biker: How Cool Is This?

July 28, 2014 | Comments (0)

Bikestock provides support for urban cyclists through a network of vending machines, toolkits, and branded cycling products. By making self-service bike repair available around the clock, Bikestock aims to encourage more people to ride their bicycles. Bikestock locations fill in critical gaps in traditional bike shops business hours, while enhancing existing infrastructure.

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Traveling to Save the World

Traveling to Save the World

July 23, 2014 | Comments (0)

VIDEO: Hugh Whalan, social entrepreneur, discusses growing trend of destination entrepreneurship and the potential of emerging markets. “The thing to remember about starting a business in a developing country is that it can be done very inexpensively…and there really isn’t a lot of the competition.”

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All-Star Middle Schoolers Create Apps for Good

All-Star Middle Schoolers Create Apps for Good

July 8, 2014 | Comments (0)

Last week, a wonderful thing happened on the way back from the “CEO Boot Camp” produced by executive director, Dax-Devlon Ross and the After-School All-Stars. I was inspired…inspired by the innovations of the middle school students that participated in the program, by the importance and effectiveness of the program itself, and by the passion and enthusiasm of the youngest generation to change the world.

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ThatMatters Live: Urban Farming in the Big Apple!

ThatMatters Live: Urban Farming in the Big Apple!

June 30, 2014 | Comments (0)

A few years back urban framing sounded like an oxymoron. In 2014, urban farming and local rooftop and neighborhood garden are booming. The powerhouse duo, Ilona de Jongh and Leslie Dweck founded Sprout by Design: an urban farming and educational program to green New York City schools. Their motto: “No Child Left Indoors!”

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