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Katerva Award winner selected to have an immediate, scalable impact on reducing plastic waste globally

San Diego. May 3, 2014. A new breed of companies are showing how innovation can be scaled for both business opportunities and global good. Led by resolute and independent thinkers, these companies are making dents in conventional ways of thinking to defy and fight for global change.

The Katerva Award identifies these companies as finalists annually in its global competition –– referred to by Reuters as "the Nobel Prize for Sustainability" –– with MBA Polymers, as the winning company this year.

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KATERVA AWARD WINNER SELECTED TO HAVE AN IMMEDIATE, SCALABLE IMPACT ON VACCINATION RATES GLOBALLY

A new breed of social “Impact” companies are showing how innovation can be scaled for both business opportunities and global good. Led by resolute and independent thinkers, these companies are making dents in conventional ways of thinking to defy and fight for global change.

The Katerva Award identifies these companies as finalists annually in its global competition –– referred to by Reuters as "the Nobel Prize for Sustainability" –– with Bioneedle, as the winning company this year.

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Katerva Award winner selected to have an immediate, scalable impact on transforming waste from slums into power for the people

A new breed of social companies are showing how innovation can be scaled for both business opportunities and global good. Led by independent thinkers, these companies are making dents in conventional ways of thinking to defy and fight for global change.

The Katerva Award identifies these companies as finalists annually in its global competition –– referred to by Reuters as "the Nobel Prize for Sustainability" –– with Sanergy, as the winning company this year, 2011.

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In the 1960s Geert Hofstede, a Dutch social psychologist, surveyed over 100,000 IBM employees from 50 different countries in order to gain insights into differences related to national culture whereby he defines culture as “the collective programming of the mind that distinguishes the members of one group or category of people from others.” His analysis yielded systematic differences across initially four dimensions, later extended to six.

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