Tiago Dalvi

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Name: Tiago Dalvi
Organization: Solidarium
Website: http://www.solidarium.com.br
Title: CEO & Founder
Bio:
Tiago Dalvi started his carrer in a Junior Enterprise while was still in Business Administration college. During this experience he was elected consultant (2003), marketing director (2004) and ceo (2005), exerting leadership with only 19 years old. In 2006, he was accepted to Aliança Empreendedora, a social organization with focus in entrepreneurship, where he became responsible for the area of Market Access. That was the environment that took him to start Solidarium in 2007. In 5 years Solidarium has become a national and international sucess case by generating social impact in profitable way. Tiago leads the company as CEO and with only 25 years old is the responsible to expand its operations to Latin America, China and India. In 2011, Tiago was selected as Unreasonable Fellow, Ashoka Changemakers Winner and finally, Entrepreneur of the Year by one of the most recognized business magazines in Brazil.

Challenge Entries

There is more than 39 millions of our fellow citizens in Brazil (23% of our population) who, despite working extremely hard, survive on less than U$2 per day. Poverty and hardship limit people's choices while market forces tend to further marginalise and exclude them.

Le Brésil compte plus de 39 millions de personnes (soit 23 % de la population) qui, malgré un travail acharné, doivent survivre avec moins de deux dollars par jour. La pauvreté et les privations restreignent fortement les possibilités de ces personnes, qui sont en outre marginalisées et exclues par les forces du marché. Solidarium encourage la conception de nouveaux produits par un ensemble de studios de design reconnus et hautement qualifiés.

Há mais de 39 milhões de cidadãos no Brasil (23% da nossa população) que, apesar de trabalhar muito duro, sobrevivem com menos de U $ 2 por dia. Pobreza e dificuldades limitam as escolhas das pessoas enquanto as forças de mercado tendem a marginalizá-las ainda mais e excluí-las.

Hay más de 39 millones de nuestros conciudadanos en Brasil (23% de la población) que, a pesar de trabajar muy duro, sobreviven con menos de USD $2 por día. La pobreza y las dificultades limitan las opciones de la gente, mientras que las fuerzas del mercado tienden a marginarlos aún más y excluirlos.

There is more than 39 millions of our fellow citizens in Brazil (23% of our population) who, despite working extremely hard, survive on less than U$2 per day. Poverty and hardship limit people's choices while market forces tend to further marginalise and exclude them.