At last year's APTE Summit, we had a conversation with a panel of social entrepreneurs from Detroit on the future of their city. In anticipation of this year's summit on February 28th, we've decided t...Show More
Our guest this week is Dheeraj Duggineni, co-founder of the Pure Water Access Project and recent OSU grad. PWAP, which Dheeraj and his friends started as freshmen in college, is a research organizatio...Show More
After a summer hiatus, the APTE Podcast is back! In this episode, we talk to Evanna Hu, an entrepreneur who grew up around Columbus and has gone on to start a number of incredible projects around the ...Show More
This week, we sat down with PackH20, a Columbus-based firm that has a simple but important mission: Make water easier and safer to transport for people in developing countries.
This week we sit down with Steve Atamian, founder of incredible volunteer organization Global Brigades, which sends more people abroad each year than the Peace Corps yet is sustained entirely through ...Show More
We find ourselves in Nairobi this week, talking to Veronica D'Souza of the up-and-coming and extremely unique company Ruby Cup. Ruby Cup's mission is to provide reusable menstrual cups to women in Ken...Show More
This week, we talk to two of the winners of last year's APTE Business Competition - Wes Meier of Honduras-based nonprofit EOS International, and Amena Mian of Project Sina, an ethical clothing company...Show More
Buy one/give one businesses - companies that donate something to charity for every unit purchased - are becoming increasingly common. How can they balance their profit motive with their social goals? ...Show More