In July we launched our Small Business Big Impact contest, offering a bevy of prizes to innovative companies that are making the world better through their products and services. We’ve now chosen our five finalists who are living examples of small businesses with big huge impacts. They are joining us this week at Dreamforce to practice their pitch for the big competition happening at the upcoming Inc. 5000 conference in San Antonio.
Learn more about our five Small Business Big Impact finalists below.
A tech company exploring new ways of human-computer interaction and improving the quality of life for the visually impaired. Their SpiderSense products are wearables that allow us to feel our environments in new ways. Victor Mateevitsi, Founder
Sources and sells coffee to end child hunger in Guatemala. For every bag of coffee purchased, Chapín serves meals to children in the rural communities, where 3 of every 4 kids suffer from chronic malnutrition. Jennifer Alexander Monzón, Founder
An online platform offering immersive, impactful travel experiences with do-good organizations worldwide. 100% of the company’s revenue is invested back into the local communities. Michal Alter, Co-Founder and CEO
A toy fort-building set that allows kids to play inside their own creations. Fort Boards encourage active play and build imagination, and have proven especially great for children with special needs. August Graube, Founder and CEO
The League of Amazing Programmers
A nonprofit programming school that seeks to ignite young minds through programming. The League offers students in grades 5-12 critical thinking skills to prepare for careers in science and technology. Vic Wintriss, Executive Director
One winner will be chosen to win up to $45k in Salesforce products and services to help grow the business — and supercharge the impact!
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