Category: New Entrepreneurs

Angelo Campus

ANJELO CAMPUS

Entrepreneur

Founder at BoxPower Inc.

About Me

Angelo Campus has spent the last 7 years working on BoxPower and its precursor research projects. He has designed three generations of BoxPower systems, overseen six deployments, and raised over $500k in early-stage funding for BoxPower since incorporating in 2016. Angelo is a 2019 Forbes 30 under 30 list maker, recipient of the 2017 Echoing Green Climate Fellowship, recipient of the 2017 Princeton Tiger Entrepreneur Award and a 2019 Forbes 30 under 30 Social Entrepreneur.

Business Portfolio

BoxPower was founded in 2016 by Princeton University undergraduate Angelo Campus. Drawing on experiences working in remote locations in Peru, Polynesia, and the Navajo Nation, Angelo saw that the falling prices of solar energy and battery technology could be leveraged to bring clean, affordable energy to off-grid sites, and that shipping containers could be used to bring durable, portable, and scalable systems around the world. Drawing on the expertise of a veteran advisory board and the diverse skills of our team, BoxPower is developing rugged, rapidly deployable energy solutions to replace diesel generators as the world standard for off-grid energy generation.

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Aviva Paley

AVIVA PALEY

Entrepreneur

Co-Founder at Kitchens For Good

About Me

Aviva Paley is a passionate entrepreneur with professional experience in marrying a social mission with proven business driven strategies. In 2014 Aviva joined with her business partner Chuck Samuelson to launch Kitchens for Good. Kitchens for Good is a social enterprise that works to develop community kitchens that provide culinary job training for the unemployed, while simultaneously transforming cosmetically imperfect produce into nutritious meals for the hungry. In addition to tackling issues of food waste, hunger and unemployment, Kitchens for Good operates a profitable food and catering enterprise that creates livable wage jobs for culinary graduates, and generates significant profits to reinvest into social programs.

Aviva has been selected for several prestigious awards and fellowships including Food Tanks list of 20 Food Leaders Under 40, The UC Global Food Iniative’s 30 under 30 Food Leaders Award, The ROI Fellowship, Forbes 30 under 30 and the Arianne de Rothschild Fellowship.

Business Portfolio

Kitchens for Good rescues surplus food from wholesalers and farmers and, though a culinary apprenticeship program, offers a pathway out of poverty for individuals transitioning out of incarceration, homelessness and foster care. Since 2014, it has rescued about 101,000 pounds of food and has 175 graduates from its program–86% of which are employed.

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Kean Graham

KEAN GRAHAM

Entrepreneur

Nationality: Canadian

Founder at MonetizeMore

About me

Kean is the Founder & CEO of MonetizeMore. He started MonetizeMore in 2010 with the goal to build a bootstrap business that would dramatically increase ad revenues for publishers. Over the years, Kean has perfected the proprietary MonetizeMore ad optimization model and now increases ad revenues for hundreds of publisher networks in over 40 countries.

Kean is an avid sport enthusiast and an even more passionate guy about traveling. He lives his dream of traveling the world and growing MonetizeMore.

Kean believes that everyone on the MonetizeMore team should have location and time freedom. This means each team member has the ability to set their own schedules and work from anywhere in the world. This is the lifestyle Kean has created for himself and he believes each team member deserves a similar work lifestyle.

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MonetizeMore was founded in January, 2010 in Victoria, BC, Canada with the mission to realize the elusive opportunity on behalf of publishers: ad monetization.

Many large publishers monetize their free content by simply placing Google AdSense ads directly on page. After that, you’re done right? Now to focus on the important aspects like building unique quality content, nurturing a community, SEO, direct sales and building new tech features. Out of all the aspects that were just mentioned, ad optimization tends to be the lowest hanging fruit in terms of immediate and sustained profit growth.

MonetizeMore was able to prove this with the first publisher partner and many more success stories since.

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