Two Forbes 30 Under 30 stars are building successful social businesses to address food access in two very different ways: Noam Kimelman through healthy meals on-the-go in Detroit, and Shobhita Soor through insect farming in Ghana. What they have in common is a keen sense for establishing a solid revenue stream for their budding nonprofits and re-aligning the way work shows up in their personal lives.
In this episode, Noam and Shobhita share:
- Their founding stories building Fresh Corner Cafe and Aspire Food Group
- Why they opted for a new revenue model outside the traditional nonprofit route
- How they’re working towards financial self-sustainability
- The business advice that influenced their early days
- How this generation accepts entrepreneurship as a way of life
- What they stand for: rebelliousness and opportunity