Solar Conduction Dryer wins Dell Social Innovation Challenge 2013
We were pleased to attend the Dell Social Innovation Challenge 2013 and another Think Tank event yesterday.
Student teams from all over the world submitted their ideas on products or services that both impact people or the planet and have a sustainable business model. Each team submitted their proposal through the Dell Social Innovation Challenge site that has an awesome set of crowdsourcing features. Here’s a link to Solar Conduction Dryer’s submission.
Solar Conduction Dryer’s team took home $60,000 in funding from Dell! The full list of winners can be found here as well. We look forward to tracking their progress and are sure the strong team they have will be successful at helping farmers and sustaining their operations!
We left the set of events absolutely inspired and ready to get back to work creating our platform for sustainable social change.
About Dell Social Innovation Challenge
DSIC was launched in 2007 by the RGK Center for Philanthropy and Community Service in the LBJ School of Public Affairs at The University of Texas at Austin, headed by Suzi Sosa and sponsored by Dell.