A Look at EarthEnable (Extreme 2013), Profiled by the Stanford GSB

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Check out Stanford Graduate School of Business’ profile, “Paving the Way to Healthy Homes“, featuring EarthEnable, an Extreme project from 2013 that has now blossomed into a startup operating in Rwanda. From the article: “[EarthEnable] sells floors to poor people. Specifically, the social enterprise, which [Gayatri Datar, CEO] cofounded and runs, makes paved flooring from compressed earthen materials that […]

Extreme In the News (2010-2013)

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Press Stories 05/12/13 AdaptAir receives second place prize in the BASES 2013 annual challenge.  Stanford Daily, ” BASES awards $150,000 to startups in annual challenge” 04/09/13 Stanford GSB Center for Social Innovation, “Duct Tape, Empathy, and Radical Collaboration: A Tool Kit for Changing the World” also in Stanford Business Magazine Spring 2013 page 30 12/01/12 […]

A Conversation with the Teaching Team by the Stanford GSB

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  The Stanford GSB sat down with the Design for Extreme Affordability teaching team to discuss some really interesting topics, including the class and the teaching team’s philosophy. Interviewees: David Beach, Professor of Mechanical Engineering; Director, Product Realization Laboratory Stuart Coulson, Consulting Associate Professor, Hasso Plattner Institute of Design (the d.school) Julian Gorodsky PhD, Consulting Associate […]

Extreme Awards Through the Years by Project

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Earthenable 2017 Postcode Lottery Green Challenge Winner, 2014 Social Innovation Fellow (CSI, GSB), 2014 Echoing Green Noora Health 2016 Fast Company Most Innovative Company, 2015 Forbes 30 Under 30, 2014 Y Combinator member, 2014 Rainer Arnhold Fellow miraclefeet Brace 2015 Young Innovators Tech Award, 2015 Edison Award Finalist, 2014 Fast Company Design for Social Good Award d.light 2015 Verizon Powerful […]