Seed companies represent a unique mix of business concepts, industries, and countries. Get to know a few of them and learn about the impact they are having on their community and the world.
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CEO and cofounder, Seyi Abolaji, made his first cups of freshly squeezed lemonade on a whim, selling them to students at Covenant University in Nigeria. Today, Wilson’s annually supplies 600,000 liters of not-from-concentrate, real fruit-based lemonades and lemonade/tea blends to over 1,200 locations in Lagos
Water is a scarce commodity in parts of Africa. In Ghana, it’s estimated that 22 percent of the population – or around 6 million people – lack access to clean drinking water. Joissam Ghana is a private civil works company that is improving access to clean water throughout the country by identifying potential water sources, drilling, and installing water systems to filter and deliver water.