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The 2021 Flourish Prize Honorees

Posted 6.1.2021

The Fowler Center for Business as an Agent of World Benefit is excited to announce the honorees for the 2021 Flourish Prizes. These 17 honorees were chosen from a total of 585 AIM2Flourish stories that were submitted in 2020 and vetted by our professors, story editors, and a distinguished jury of Fowler Center partners and previous Flourish Prize honorees. 

The winning stories come from 13 universities across ten countries and 14 professors. The positive business innovations come from Indonesia, Finland, Denmark, Colombia, India, the Netherlands, Mexico, Russia, UAE, and the United States.

See our virtual announcements for each honoree via our Fowler Center for Business as an Agent of World Benefit FacebookTwitter and LinkedIn pages and our AIM2Flourish Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts.

Congratulations to all of our prize winning professors, students, and business leaders! 

Global Goal #1- No Poverty: East Bali Cashews

From a Humble Village A Globally Responsible Company was Born featuring East Bali Cashews in Indonesia written by Rovician Silitonga from IPMI International Business School under the direction of Amelia Naim Indrajaya

Global Goal #2 - Zero Hunger: SolFoil

Solar Heated Packaging featuring SolFoil in Finland written by Tat Lam, Jean-Philip Cronstedt, Ajda Stenovec, Karolina Jensen and Senni Muiniekka from Hanken School of Economics under the direction of Martin Fougere and Eva Nilsson

Global Goal #3 - Good Health and Well-being: Pacha Soap Co.

Soap for Change featuring Pacha Soap Co. in the United States written by Hope Georgiou, Bryson Gardner, Julian Longmire, Ashley Hollis and Trevor Grinsell from Loyola Marymount University under the direction of Jeff Thies

Global Goal #4 - Quality Education: Kaspersky

Developing Security Awareness Learning Journey for Everyone featuring Kaspersky in Russia written by Matvey Petukhov, Anastasia Galkina, Vladislava Stepanenko, Yuliya Yurchak and Veronika Krasilnikova from National Research University Higher School of Economics under the direction of Ekaterina Ivanova

Global Goal #5 - Gender Equality: Evolvin' Women

One Small Step for Women, One Giant Leap for Humankind featuring Evolvin’ Women in the United Arab Emirates written by Zaina AlAboodi, Eman Alsharif, Seeneen Al Bastaki, Ward Albastaki and Hamda Hassan Abdulla from Zayed University under the direction of Wasseem Abaza

Global Goal #6 - Clean Water and Sanitation: Elbow Engineers Pvt Ltd.

Giving Birth to Water featuring Elbow Engineers Pvt Ltd. in India written by Amresh Jha and Ruby Hsiao from TIAS School for Business and Society under the direction of Mirjam Minderman

Global Goal #7 - Affordable and Clean Energy: Green Fluidics

Green Fluidics featuring Green Fluidics in Mexico written by Ana Sofia González, Fatima Lewis Batres and Manuel Medina from EGADE Business School Tecnologico de Monterrey under the direction of Ezequiel Reficco

Global Goal #8 - Decent Work and Economic Growth: Jaipur Rugs

SEEING WORLD THROUGH THE LENS OF POTENTIAL featuring Jaipur Rugs in India written by Siddhi Maheshwari, Ayush Bhagoliwal, Sooraj Prabhakar, Chadarajupalli Leelavamsi, Gaurav Kumar, Abhishek Kaushik and Shubham Bisht from Goa Institute of Management under the direction of Divya Singhal

Global Goal #9 - Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure: InnovaKit SAS

Advanced Coffee Farming ¡Transparency, Quality and Social Impact! - Caficultura de Avanzada !Transparencia, Calidad e Impacto Social! featuring InnovaKit SAS in Colombia written by Maria Barrera, jeimmy vanessa valencia bravo and alejandro ruiz from Universidad Externado de Colombia under the direction of Gustavo A Yepes Lopez

Global Goal #10 - Reduced Inequalities: Dave -- Banking For Humans

Disrupting Alternative Digital Banking Solutions featuring Dave -- Banking For Humans in the United States written by Alicia Berger, Caleb Cremin-Endes, Chiara Armstrong, Cassidy Collins and Morgan Brooks from Loyola Marymount University under the direction of Jeff Thies

Global Goal #11 - Sustainable Cities and Communities: Balance Farms

Aquaponic Farming in Downtown Toledo featuring Balance Farms in the United States written by Lee Harms and Abigail Saxton from The University of Toledo under the direction of Gary Insch

Global Goal #12 - Responsible Consumption and Production: Ditto Sustainable Brand Solutions

Making an Ordinary Household Item Extraordinary featuring Ditto Sustainable Brand Solutions in the United States written by Lauren Hammett from Loyola University Chicago under the direction of Nancy Landrum

Global Goal #13 - Climate Action: Lightyear

Clean Mobility For Everyone featuring Lightyear in Netherlands (Holland) written by Marizel Vorster and Samar Morshedi from TIAS School for Business and Society under the direction of Mirjam Minderman

Global Goal #14 - Life Under Water: ORA Estuaries

How Artificial Oyster Beds Save Coastal Areas featuring ORA Estuaries in the United States written by Otto Candies, Bryan Taylor, Jenna Covington and Ivan Prejean from Nicholls State University under the direction of Christopher Castille

Global Goal #15 - Life on Land: Bioamin SA de CV

OrgFung: Maximizing Production of Crops with Zero Residues featuring Bioamin SA de CV in Mexico written by Maria Fernanda Castorena Elizondo, Victor Campo Aguirre, Erick Ruben Calahorra Mejia, Adriana Aranda and Alan Castillo from EGADE Business School Tecnologico de Monterrey under the direction of Ezequiel Reficco

Global Goal #16 - Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions: Defudger

The Source of Truth of the Internet featuring Defudger in Denmark written by Mónica López Calero, Alejandro Gállego, José María Panadero Meseguer and Gabriela Castello from Universidad de Navarra under the direction of Isabel Rodriguez Tejedo

Global Goal #17 - Partnerships for the Goals: VimpelCom PJSC (Beeline brand)

Rescuers Finding Missing People with AI Technologies featuring VimpelCom PJSC (Beeline brand) in Russia (Russia Federation) written by Evgeniia Pechnikova from National Research University Higher School of Economics under the direction of Ekaterina Ivanova

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