Audience: Who have you identified as your customer/recipient groups and do these groups value your solution for different reasons? How do you engage different customer/recipient groups to deliver your solution?
Customer/recipient groups: Individuals, B2B companies, organizations, repair shops and scavengers.
They value our solution because in this way they could reduce dead space, prevent pollution and be certified as a company that responsibly manages its electronic waste.
Customers who know us by the talks given at institutions call us and tell us that they have some E-Waste in their home or office so we then schedule a collection with no cost according with our everyday route in the town.
Scaling the solution: How would the prize money and publicity help you to achieve your objectives over the next two years?
Money will help us for the operational costs such as: staff, infrastructure, appropriate, security and specific equipment, transport and administration costs.
Publicity will help us so more people will know that our country, even though it has no any specific environment rules or laws has a certified environmental installation, professional and responsible for the proper handling of electronic waste toxic or non-toxic.
This is over the next two years because we believe that if we start with all the specific requirements from the outset we could do a better job and develop in a more appropriate way.
Experience: Please provide examples of any previous entrepreneurial initiatives you have pioneered
I currently work as the project coordinator carrying out the improvements of
E-Waste de Guatemala an nongovernmental nonprofit association that handles waste management and preservation of the environment by collecting and temporarily stockpiling the waste for then deliver to an international recycler who is responsible for sending them to countries that have adequate processes for this.
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