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The winners in the Final Round of The Earlham Prize for Creative Capitalism 2019 — The Business Plan Competition for Social Entrepreneurship were announced in the Landrum Bolling Center. Quralew Co-op recieved first place and the $20,000 prize. Their social entrepreneurship works towards reducing polution and providing sustainable employment through waste management to improve the overall quality of life within the Southern Nation of Ethiopia. Watch Video →

Quralew Co -Op

Going home with second place prize of $4,000 is team CooKool, a mobile technology-based app which provides automated recipes recommendations based on the ingredients user have in their kitchen. This project encourages users to use up all their leftovers in their fridge which aims to reduce food waste. 
Coming in at third place are Son Tran (Global Management, EC '19) and Nam Nguyen (Global Management, EC '19) with their project EcoVibe. Promoting the use of ecofriendly bags through an innovative approach that benefits all stakeholders, EcoVibe hopes to take the lead in environmental sustainability of wet markets in Vietnam.
Fourth place and $1,000 was awarded to NadaBot, and fifth place and $500 was awarded to Bag Benefit.

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