Weatherhead's Net Impact and the Fowler Center for Business as an Agent of World Benefit combined efforts to co-host a Lunch and Learn on Tuesday, November 13th. Student participants had the opportunity to get to know two Cleveland based companies, Better Together Solar and Rust Belt Riders. The company leaders shared their efforts in creating and sustaining their own businesses as agents for world benefit right here in Northeast Ohio. Many thanks to Rob Martens and Myles Murray from Better Together Solar and Daniel Brown, Co-founder of Rust Belt Riders for giving of their time to share their stories and insights and answer student questions. Stay tuned for the next NetImpact and Fowler Center collaboration in the spring semester!
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