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In a world that is in constant flux, people and companies are urged to hold nothing sacred, to fight chaos with cha...
In a world that is in constant flux, people and companies are urged to hold nothing sacred, to fight chaos with chaos. Some thriving companies that enjoy enduring success are managing to keep their core values intact, while adapting their business strategies and practices to this perpetually-changing world. Here are the 10 most audacious companies that can change the world with their audaciousness.
This company was recently acquired by Google Inc. for a staggering 500 million to expand its services. Five years ago, this company began its journey to revolutionize access to information about changes happening across the Earth's surface. Initially, it was created with the idea of launching cheaper satellites that could upend the space industry. Its founders then decided that high-resolution imaging would be a far better and more useful product.
In a world that is suffocating in its own waste, this company transforms trash into the most useful type of energy. The company has developed a process that recycles plastic into crude oil, which can also be processed into various types of fuel like gasoline, diesel or kerosene.
The founders of Thinkmodo, James Percelay and Michael Krivicka, had the idea of creating crazy but very realistic viral productions. Their video of the Devil Baby Attacks has had 45 million views.
Barry-Wehmiller is a global supplier of manufacturing technology and services. The company's CEO, Robert Chapman, sees himself on a mission to change the way businesses treat their employees. That is the basis for what he calls “inspirational leadership.”
Bridge International Academies is a network of nursery and primary private schools intended for poor people in developing countries. They provide high quality education for just $5 a month. So far BIA has set up more than 200 schools in Kenya, with plans to open 50 more in the near future.
This scientific non-profit corporation is working on the development of a free HIV/AIDS vaccine. It is actually a partnership between digital agency SparkArt and biotech company Flow Pharma. Financial support is provided through crowdfunding.
Oscar is a new breed of health insurance company that is using technology in order to make insurance more simple and more human. In a way, this company is Silicon's Alley's challenge thrown at the staid business of health insurance.
This company proved oral care products with innovative design and a friendlier approach to dental care.
Artemis Networks is a wireless technology company that produces p-Cell and Wave software-defined radio technologies. It also aims at boosting wireless data capacity with its pCell technology
This is a company that allows anyone to become an entrepreneur. Its mission is to promote business initiatives in developing and emerging market countries.