- Activate Hub - A platform for finding the people and events
- Broad Street Maps - Bringing mapping solutions to global health organizations
- Distributed Energy Management - A unique approach to energy conservation
- EA Fruits Farm - Fruit and vegetable production, aggregations, and distribution in Tanzania
- Karibu Solar - Affordable solar lighting solutions for Tanzania and East Africa
- Juabar - Solar cellphone recharging kiosks in Tanzania and East Africa
- Plus updates from some of the Fledge graduates
- Self Spark - Science meets self help
- Hydrobee - Renewable power for all your USB gadgets
- The Buy Nothing Project - A community of collaborative consumption
- myTurn - Making online rentals as easy as online sales
- Community Sourced Capital - Crowdfunding loans to local businesses you love
- Village Green - An online “needs” exchange for entrepreneurs
- Close to Home - The post-disaster housing marketplace
Plus an overview of conscious business by the Kauffman Foundation’s ID8 project, and a quick definition of tradition.
if you missed the Spring 2013 Demo Day, watch it now…
The Winter/Spring 2013 “fledglings” got up on stage and shared their visions and plans with you and the world.
- Tansa Clean (a.k.a. Brown Box) – “Valuing” the stream of of human waste in India
- Serve Smart - Preparing volunteers for effective service
- Kodeza - Crowdsourcing local knowledge to create local change
- Shift Labs - Simple, inexpensive, human-centered medical devices for global markets
- Snohomish Soap - Organic, homemade soap, via a distributed women-powered manufacturing network
- UbrLocal - Connecting local food producers and consumers
- Localista - A customer loyalty network for and by your local businesses
And if you missed the Summer 2012 Demo Day, watch it now…
Seven inspiring companies with the potential impact to improve the lives of billions… to save millions of lives… to make it easy to share and reuse the planet’s limited resources… to make it easy for us to share our time with those in need… to recreate the world where we know our neighbors… and to work with those neighbors to create the world we want to live in!
These companies presented their visions and plans on-stage on Sunday, September 23rd, at the Playhouse/Intiman Theater at the Seattle Center as part of the Seattle Next 50′s celebration of commerce and innovation.