14. GREEN PRODUCT & SUPPLY CHAIN: How to sell an eco-innovative product to Adidas, with Ryan Hunt (Algix) cover
14. GREEN PRODUCT & SUPPLY CHAIN: How to sell an eco-innovative product to Adidas, with Ryan Hunt (Algix) cover
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14. GREEN PRODUCT & SUPPLY CHAIN: How to sell an eco-innovative product to Adidas, with Ryan Hunt (Algix)

14. GREEN PRODUCT & SUPPLY CHAIN: How to sell an eco-innovative product to Adidas, with Ryan Hunt (Algix)

1h42 |31/03/2021
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14. GREEN PRODUCT & SUPPLY CHAIN: How to sell an eco-innovative product to Adidas, with Ryan Hunt (Algix) cover
14. GREEN PRODUCT & SUPPLY CHAIN: How to sell an eco-innovative product to Adidas, with Ryan Hunt (Algix) cover
Mission First - Entrepreneurs for future

14. GREEN PRODUCT & SUPPLY CHAIN: How to sell an eco-innovative product to Adidas, with Ryan Hunt (Algix)

14. GREEN PRODUCT & SUPPLY CHAIN: How to sell an eco-innovative product to Adidas, with Ryan Hunt (Algix)

1h42 |31/03/2021
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Description

Welcome to Mission First, the masterclass to learn from successful entrepreneurs changing the world for the better!

⚡️⚡️⚡️DONT MISS the best of season 1 ⚡️⚡️⚡️

= 10 episodes of less than 10 minutes to download and listen to here:

https://gtimpact.com/best-advice-for-green-entrepreneurs/

TODAY'S EPISODE

Today, my guest is Ryan Hunt, co-founder of Algix and its brand Bloom. With his companies, he sells durable resins to brands like Adidas, Reebok, Billabong, who make shoes with these green products. Their eco-innovative products use algaes, that transform air and water pollution, as a replacement for plastic consumer products.

So far with their products, they've cleaned more than 600 million liters of water! Started in 2010 as a spinoff from the University of Georgia. The company has now more than a hundred customers and employs more than 20 people. During these 10 years, Ryan went through a few difficult phases where they had to adapt their company products and manufacturing strategy.

We talked about these challenges and Ryan also shared a list of Do's and don'ts on the topic of 

In this episode, Ryan has shared a list of 9 Do's and Don'ts about 

💡💡“How to sell a B2B eco-innovative product to a brand like Adidas, and in particular, how to integrate into a supply chain in Asia”💡💡  

So if you want to learn about B2B eco-innovative product development, pivoting, supply chain strategy, this episode is for you!


Ryan Hunt and his company: 


Resources and recommendations from the episode:

Books

Influencers/podcasts


🚀 Discover more episodes and entrepreneurship masterclasses on 

https://gtimpact.com/podcast-for-entrepreneurs/


🎧 About Mission First

We are at a critical period for our planet and its inhabitants, and entrepreneurs and companies are going to play a massive influence on our future. 

As always, there are two sides who can pull us in opposite directions. 

On one side, there are entrepreneurs who chase and base their decisions on money, success, and fame. 

On the other side, I believe there are entrepreneurs who truly care about making a positive difference on this world. Money is a mean and not an end to these entrepreneurs: they care about their Mission First, and their goal is not fame nor a quick exit for the sake of it. I call them Entrepreneurs for Future

My name is Gilles Toussaint, I am an entrepreneur and an expert in Growth Marketing. With my company GT Impact, I help sustainability-driven companies to increase their revenue faster and have a greater impact on this planet.


Chapters

  • Dos and donts

    58:05

Description

Welcome to Mission First, the masterclass to learn from successful entrepreneurs changing the world for the better!

⚡️⚡️⚡️DONT MISS the best of season 1 ⚡️⚡️⚡️

= 10 episodes of less than 10 minutes to download and listen to here:

https://gtimpact.com/best-advice-for-green-entrepreneurs/

TODAY'S EPISODE

Today, my guest is Ryan Hunt, co-founder of Algix and its brand Bloom. With his companies, he sells durable resins to brands like Adidas, Reebok, Billabong, who make shoes with these green products. Their eco-innovative products use algaes, that transform air and water pollution, as a replacement for plastic consumer products.

So far with their products, they've cleaned more than 600 million liters of water! Started in 2010 as a spinoff from the University of Georgia. The company has now more than a hundred customers and employs more than 20 people. During these 10 years, Ryan went through a few difficult phases where they had to adapt their company products and manufacturing strategy.

We talked about these challenges and Ryan also shared a list of Do's and don'ts on the topic of 

In this episode, Ryan has shared a list of 9 Do's and Don'ts about 

💡💡“How to sell a B2B eco-innovative product to a brand like Adidas, and in particular, how to integrate into a supply chain in Asia”💡💡  

So if you want to learn about B2B eco-innovative product development, pivoting, supply chain strategy, this episode is for you!


Ryan Hunt and his company: 


Resources and recommendations from the episode:

Books

Influencers/podcasts


🚀 Discover more episodes and entrepreneurship masterclasses on 

https://gtimpact.com/podcast-for-entrepreneurs/


🎧 About Mission First

We are at a critical period for our planet and its inhabitants, and entrepreneurs and companies are going to play a massive influence on our future. 

As always, there are two sides who can pull us in opposite directions. 

On one side, there are entrepreneurs who chase and base their decisions on money, success, and fame. 

On the other side, I believe there are entrepreneurs who truly care about making a positive difference on this world. Money is a mean and not an end to these entrepreneurs: they care about their Mission First, and their goal is not fame nor a quick exit for the sake of it. I call them Entrepreneurs for Future

My name is Gilles Toussaint, I am an entrepreneur and an expert in Growth Marketing. With my company GT Impact, I help sustainability-driven companies to increase their revenue faster and have a greater impact on this planet.


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  • Dos and donts

    58:05

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Welcome to Mission First, the masterclass to learn from successful entrepreneurs changing the world for the better!

⚡️⚡️⚡️DONT MISS the best of season 1 ⚡️⚡️⚡️

= 10 episodes of less than 10 minutes to download and listen to here:

https://gtimpact.com/best-advice-for-green-entrepreneurs/

TODAY'S EPISODE

Today, my guest is Ryan Hunt, co-founder of Algix and its brand Bloom. With his companies, he sells durable resins to brands like Adidas, Reebok, Billabong, who make shoes with these green products. Their eco-innovative products use algaes, that transform air and water pollution, as a replacement for plastic consumer products.

So far with their products, they've cleaned more than 600 million liters of water! Started in 2010 as a spinoff from the University of Georgia. The company has now more than a hundred customers and employs more than 20 people. During these 10 years, Ryan went through a few difficult phases where they had to adapt their company products and manufacturing strategy.

We talked about these challenges and Ryan also shared a list of Do's and don'ts on the topic of 

In this episode, Ryan has shared a list of 9 Do's and Don'ts about 

💡💡“How to sell a B2B eco-innovative product to a brand like Adidas, and in particular, how to integrate into a supply chain in Asia”💡💡  

So if you want to learn about B2B eco-innovative product development, pivoting, supply chain strategy, this episode is for you!


Ryan Hunt and his company: 


Resources and recommendations from the episode:

Books

Influencers/podcasts


🚀 Discover more episodes and entrepreneurship masterclasses on 

https://gtimpact.com/podcast-for-entrepreneurs/


🎧 About Mission First

We are at a critical period for our planet and its inhabitants, and entrepreneurs and companies are going to play a massive influence on our future. 

As always, there are two sides who can pull us in opposite directions. 

On one side, there are entrepreneurs who chase and base their decisions on money, success, and fame. 

On the other side, I believe there are entrepreneurs who truly care about making a positive difference on this world. Money is a mean and not an end to these entrepreneurs: they care about their Mission First, and their goal is not fame nor a quick exit for the sake of it. I call them Entrepreneurs for Future

My name is Gilles Toussaint, I am an entrepreneur and an expert in Growth Marketing. With my company GT Impact, I help sustainability-driven companies to increase their revenue faster and have a greater impact on this planet.


Chapters

  • Dos and donts

    58:05

Description

Welcome to Mission First, the masterclass to learn from successful entrepreneurs changing the world for the better!

⚡️⚡️⚡️DONT MISS the best of season 1 ⚡️⚡️⚡️

= 10 episodes of less than 10 minutes to download and listen to here:

https://gtimpact.com/best-advice-for-green-entrepreneurs/

TODAY'S EPISODE

Today, my guest is Ryan Hunt, co-founder of Algix and its brand Bloom. With his companies, he sells durable resins to brands like Adidas, Reebok, Billabong, who make shoes with these green products. Their eco-innovative products use algaes, that transform air and water pollution, as a replacement for plastic consumer products.

So far with their products, they've cleaned more than 600 million liters of water! Started in 2010 as a spinoff from the University of Georgia. The company has now more than a hundred customers and employs more than 20 people. During these 10 years, Ryan went through a few difficult phases where they had to adapt their company products and manufacturing strategy.

We talked about these challenges and Ryan also shared a list of Do's and don'ts on the topic of 

In this episode, Ryan has shared a list of 9 Do's and Don'ts about 

💡💡“How to sell a B2B eco-innovative product to a brand like Adidas, and in particular, how to integrate into a supply chain in Asia”💡💡  

So if you want to learn about B2B eco-innovative product development, pivoting, supply chain strategy, this episode is for you!


Ryan Hunt and his company: 


Resources and recommendations from the episode:

Books

Influencers/podcasts


🚀 Discover more episodes and entrepreneurship masterclasses on 

https://gtimpact.com/podcast-for-entrepreneurs/


🎧 About Mission First

We are at a critical period for our planet and its inhabitants, and entrepreneurs and companies are going to play a massive influence on our future. 

As always, there are two sides who can pull us in opposite directions. 

On one side, there are entrepreneurs who chase and base their decisions on money, success, and fame. 

On the other side, I believe there are entrepreneurs who truly care about making a positive difference on this world. Money is a mean and not an end to these entrepreneurs: they care about their Mission First, and their goal is not fame nor a quick exit for the sake of it. I call them Entrepreneurs for Future

My name is Gilles Toussaint, I am an entrepreneur and an expert in Growth Marketing. With my company GT Impact, I help sustainability-driven companies to increase their revenue faster and have a greater impact on this planet.


Chapters

  • Dos and donts

    58:05

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