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Gifting your father a “World’s Best Dad” T-shirt may actually suggest something else: you didn’t know what else to get him. Or at least, you didn’t know what type of shirt would be the right choice. Should you get him a polo shirt? A button-up? What about a basic T-shirt? The choices are numerous and there’s not a single option that’s best for every dad.
To give you some direction, we rounded up a variety of shirts from several shirt subsets. Whether a tried-and-true oxford shirt, a breezy camp shirt to get him through summer or simple tee, these are the best shirts to gift Dad for Father’s Day.
Uniqlo U Crew Neck Short Sleeve T-Shirt
T-Shirt: In every area of life, having good fundamentals makes all the difference. That’s probably an adage Dad taught you at some point. The same goes for clothes. A solid, well-made T-shirt goes a long way and Uniqlo U’s tees are affordable and classic. Made from a substantial all-cotton jersey fabric available in over a dozen colors, they’re just the comfortable, but not baggy and certainly not like Marlon Brando’s sausage-case tee a la A Streetcar Named Desire.
Native Youth Short Sleeve Washed T-Shirt
Tie-dye Shirt: Regardless of where your dad stands on the Grateful Dead, tie-dye shirts have officially graduated from craft clothing to a staple print, like plaids and stripes. They’re not just for the high-minded or DIY-ers. This one is made from a soft cotton-poly blend with a very tasteful tie-dye that’s subtler than most.
Wellen Hemp Polo Shirt
Polo Shirt: The polo shirt is perfect for golfers, but also seems to be the requisite collared shirt of dads everywhere. This one is primed for summer, made from a lightweight and breathable blend of organic cotton and hemp that’s as soft as it is cool.
Levi’s Barstow Western Shirt
Western Shirt: A well-faded denim western shirt can add a bit of panache to any outfit. Levi’s has been making its Barstow Western Shirt for years and it’s one of the best available. Quality cotton denim, classic western styling and an impeccable fit all come together for a shirt that’ll look great on anyone.
Patagonia Cayo Largo II Shirt
Work shirt: A work shirt should be somewhere in his closet. This one, from Patagonia, is made of a breathable blend of organic cotton, recycled nylon and hemp, and features two flap pockets as well as a third zipper pocket.
Alex Mill Short Sleeve Popover Shirt in Paper Cotton
Popover Shirt: Alex Mill’s paper cotton shirts are a great option for any occasion. The lightweight cotton fabric is crisp and cool and the popover design sits squarely between casual and dressy.
Outerknown Highline Shirt
Plaid Shirt: If he loves flannels, even in the summer, a lightweight plaid shirt is a great warm-weather alternative. This one from Outerknown features a fabric that’s a breezy and lightweight mix of organic cotton and linen and comes in ten different colorways, so you know there’s the perfect plaid just for Dad.
Kamakura Shirts Blue Oxford Button-Down
Oxford Shirt: Kamakura Shirts makes some of the best quality shirts for the price. Made in Japan by artisanal shirtmakers, its range of button-ups is impeccably constructed using a high stitch density, mother-of-pearl buttons and enviable collar rolls, all for less than a Benjamin.
Portuguese Flannel Dogtown Vacation Shirt
Camp Shirt: Portuguese Flannel doesn’t limit itself to making only great flannel shirts — the multi-generational shirt company makes a great range of top-notch camp shirts, too. They come in a range of colorways and a gallery of fun prints, each made from 100 percent lyocell fabric for a silky feel that’s also quite breathable.
Whether it’s a pair of hip sunglasses, the perfect eau de pargum or really, really good socks, these are the best gifts to get for stylish dads. Read the Story
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LOS ANGELES, July 7, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Cannabis Global, Inc. (OTC: MCTC) (“Cannabis Global” or the “Company”), a cannabinoid and hemp extract science-forward company developing infusion and delivery technologies, announces the completion of initial product development of the Hemp You Can Feel™ product lines, and the launch of the next phase of the Company’s operations, which will focus on bringing the product lines to the marketplace. Over the coming weeks, Cannabis Global will be launching several new product marketing initiatives designed to move its innovative hemp extract and rare cannabinoid products into the marketplace.
“It has been approximately one year since we reorganized the Company, which today is known as Cannabis Global, Inc. During the first year, we concentrated on designing products that are distinct from the competition with established advantageous barriers,” commented CEO Arman Tabatabaei. “We are very pleased with the results in that we not only have a unique product set, but also one based on both quality ingredients and solid intellectual property.”
The Cannabis Global product portfolio includes the following:
Hemp You Can Feel™ Technology – Hemp You Can Feel™ infusions are among the most innovative in the hemp and cannabis sectors. Many of the Company’s products are based on a unique cannabinoid delivery system using hemp extracts processed through honey bees; Bee fuse technology. The result is a truly water-soluble cannabinoid preparation utilizing no chemicals, surfactants or additives.
Hemp You Can Feel™ Coffee Product in Single Serving Pods – A line of single-serving coffee pods and instant coffees all powdered by the Company’s Hemp You Can Feel™ infusion technologies. The single-serving coffee products have been accepted on the Amazon platform with production currently underway.
Hemp You Can Feel™ Instant Coffees – Using the same infusions that power the single-serving coffee pods, Cannabis Global has developed three instant coffee blends, which will be marketed alongside the other coffee products.
Hemp You Can Feel™ Alcohol Replacement Cocktail Mixers – The Company recently introduced Hemp You Can Feel™ cocktail mixers, an infusion technology that provides unparalleled relaxation while allowing the consumer to avoid the negative health effects of alcohol consumption. The technology is based on a manufacturing process that is all-natural and relies on no chemical surfactants, stabilizers or additives in order to produce an infusion technology with virtually no detectable taste and excellent food and beverage integration characteristics.
Hemp & Booch Hemp You Can Feel™ Kombucha – The product line, which targets the high end of the craft inspired Kombucha market, is infused using a unique honey bee hemp extract technology. Rather than using hemp extracts produced in a laboratory, like many other manufacturers, Cannabis Global has based its 100% natural product line on extracts of hemp produced through Bee fuse technology by providing hemp extracts to honey bees, which in turn naturally process the extracts into a unique and naturally water-soluble infusion technology.
Hemp You Can Feel™ Sweeteners – Cannabis Global has completed the research and development phase for its Hemp You Can Feel™ line of sweeteners and coffee creamers. The product line will feature two low-calorie sweeteners, two organic natural sweeteners and two powdered non-dairy creamers. Each product will feature the company’s provisional patent-pending Hemp You Can Feel™ technology, based on all-natural hemp infusions. With natural true water solubility, and sub-milligram levels of hemp extracts and natural terpenes, this version of the technology measures significantly less than one milligram of CBD per serving.
THC-V Tea and Beverages – In a market first, Cannabis Global has completed product development and has begun distribution of its unique tetrahydrocannabivarin (THC-V) coffee and tea products to product beta testers. The Company has integrated three internally developed technologies into the unique manufacturing process for the industry’s first THC-V beverages. The first of these is the process developed by the Company to produce 65%+ loaded THC-V, controlled release nanoparticles utilizing laboratory-based, pharmaceutical-grade production equipment. The Company is also utilizing both its internally developed powderization and one-step dosing system, ensuring precise dosing and significantly faster production. The Company’s Project Varin has produced meaningful technology breakthroughs, which have resulted in several provisional patent filings. Via these technological developments, the Company has been able to significantly reduce the cost of exotic cannabinoids on a per-serving basis resulting in an expected cost advantage of greater than 50%. Project Varin has recently been expanded to include rare cannabinoid Cannabinol (CBN).
“Our goal all among has been to produce a unique set of products and toward this goal, we believe we have directly hit the mark. Our product line is unique by way of not only the innovative use of cannabinoid sciences, but also relative to product purity and out use of the finest ingredients available for our product lines,” added Mr. Tabatabaei. “Over the coming weeks, our investors and consumers will see our Company launch a considerable new set of marketing assets to bring this innovative product line into the marketplace.”
About Cannabis Global, Inc.
Cannabis Global, Inc., formerly known as MCTC Holdings, Inc., is a fully audited and reporting Company with the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission, trading with the stock symbol MCTC. The Company is an emerging force in the area of cannabinoid sciences and highly bioavailable hemp and cannabis infusion technologies. The Company does not engage in the production, distribution, or sales of any controlled substances, including marijuana. The Company has an actively growing portfolio of intellectual property having filed six patents in the areas of cannabinoid delivery systems and cannabinoid polymeric nanoparticles. The Company markets its consumer products under the Hemp You Can Feel™ brand name. Cannabis Global launched its Project Varin early in 2020, to develop new delivery methods for rare cannabinoid Tetrahydrocannabivarin (THC-V) and to develop products based on this cannabinoid. THC-V and CBN are not scheduled at the federal level. The Company’s THC-V products contain zero tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), far below the acceptable federal level of 0.3%, and zero heavy metals, pesticide and herbicide residues, nitrates and other impurities that are contained in most cannabis and hemp products. The Company’s products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease and are not for use by or sale to persons under the age of 18. The statements made regarding these products have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The efficacy of these products has not been confirmed by FDA-approved research. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. All information presented here is not meant as a substitute for or alternative to information from health care practitioners. Please consult your health care professional about potential interactions or other possible complications before using any product.
About Provisional Patent Filings
Under United States patent law, a provisional application is a legal document filed in the United States Patent and Trademark Office, that establishes an early filing date, but does not mature into an issued patent unless the applicant files a regular non-provisional patent application within one year.
Bee Fuse Technology
Several of company’s product are powered by Bee Fuse technology. Bee-Fuse Technology is an IP Protected method which enables bees to naturally express the full spectrum of the Hemp plant in their honey in a highly efficient manner, utilizing low amounts of cannabinoids as well as therapeutic terpenes which creates a unique delivery platform for any strain.
This news release contains “forward-looking statements” which are not purely historical and may include any statements regarding beliefs, plans, expectations or intentions regarding the future. Such forward-looking statements include, among other things, the development, costs and results of new business opportunities and words such as “anticipate”, “seek”, intend”, “believe”, “estimate”, “expect”, “project”, “plan”, or similar phrases may be deemed “forward-looking statements” within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Actual results could differ from those projected in any forward-looking statements due to numerous factors. Such factors include, among others, the inherent uncertainties associated with new projects, the future U.S. and global economies, the impact of competition, and the Company’s reliance on existing regulations regarding the use and development of cannabis-based products. These forward-looking statements are made as of the date of this news release, and we assume no obligation to update the forward-looking statements, or to update the reasons why actual results could differ from those projected in the forward-looking statements. Although we believe that any beliefs, plans, expectations and intentions contained in this press release are reasonable, there can be no assurance that any such beliefs, plans, expectations or intentions will prove to be accurate. Investors should consult all of the information set forth herein and should also refer to the risk factors disclosure outlined in our annual report on Form 10-k, our quarterly reports on Form 10-Q and other periodic reports filed from time-to-time with the Securities and Exchange Commission. For more information, please visit www.sec.gov.
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Multinational cannabis cultivator Tilray (NASDAQ:TLRY) brands itself as a marijuana evangelist across multiple domains, participating in 10 different medical-use clinical trials across seven research institutions in the U.S. and Canada as part of an ambitious plan to push forward the overall public legitimacy of cannabis. While it is difficult to say whether the company will be able to expand the size of its target market over time by working to sanitize the image of both recreational and medicinal cannabis, it is likely that these efforts will make the company more formidable in the long term thanks to the broad-based collaborations and beneficial networking effects they’re bringing about.
But with yearly revenue of only $179.5 million, profitability still a distant goal, and mounting debts looming, will Tilray’s plan for growth come to fruition in time, or will its need for short-term survival eclipse its ambitions?
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Production cuts may stymie growth while Tilray bets big on the European market
Tilray’s recent earnings reports have been favorable, with year-over-year quarterly revenue growth exceeding 119%, despite a profit margin of negative 265% and only $194 million in cash against $509 million in debt. The company’s lack of profitability will be a major concern for investors if it runs out of cash to finance its ongoing operations, never mind its plans for future expansion.
Given this, Tilray has taken dramatic steps to stabilize its cash flow issues, including closing down numerous cultivation facilities in Canada. However, some of these closures may net the company less than $10 million in savings per year, making them small pieces of the company’s much larger profitability puzzle. While they haven’t announced any additional cuts to production facilities, research projects, or other operations, management aims to have positive adjusted earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization (EBITDA) by the end of 2020. Tilray may accomplish this by making new product lines like vaporizers, which have higher margins, or by increasing the scale of its existing facilities.
Management expects that Tilray’s European operations will be more successful than their Canadian counterparts, thanks to Europe’s larger, denser populations, reduced competition, and the low cost of cultivation and manufacturing in Portugal that enables the company to export its products tariff-free to the European Union. Inexpensive cultivation is a critical differentiator for Tilray’s participation in the European market, as one of the company’s largest issues is that its cost of goods sold per gram of bulk hemp product has consistently increased over time.
How Tilray could grow next year
Tilray’s most recent earnings report suggests that the company’s efforts to stabilize its losses are working, with net losses falling by 16% year over year. The company also posted a 14.3% increase in the amount of bulk hemp product sales compared to the prior year, along with a 23% increase in adult-use sales. These sales figures are unambiguously positive, though the company’s primary revenues stem from medicinal sales rather than adult-use sales, so the overall effect on the bottom line may not be significant.
If Tilray can continue to scale up its most profitable cultivation facilities while cutting its costlier ones and breaking into the nascent European market next year, it can ostensibly become profitable and enter a period of rapid growth at the same time. This means that Tilray has a chance of being a good pick for a cannabis stock portfolio — but the company’s success is far from guaranteed.
Investors should pay close attention to Tilray’s upcoming announcements to see how the company plans to implement potential production changes without harming its growth. More importantly, look for more details regarding the exact steps that the company is taking to reach profitability. Once Tilray can solve its high production costs at the source, it will be better positioned to compete in its home market as well as its target international markets.
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2020 has been a hard year for everyone. To find new success on the other side of this crisis, we should collaborate.
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Mustafa Nuur was born in Somalia however left after terrorists killed his entrepreneurial daddy. He ultimately settled in Lancaster, Pa., where he introduced a start-up called Bridge It hosts cross-cultural experiences– dinners, gatherings, and so on– so that immigrants, refugees, and residents can much better comprehend each other. “There’s nothing that can replace sitting throughout from someone who’s different from you and hearing their story,” he tells me.
However something would need to replace it, of course. When COVID-19 swept through America, sitting throughout from someone wasn’t an option. Nuur was frightened. Then he had an idea. The immigrants and refugees he works with might become essential employees, assisting homebound citizens. He has a Syrian refugee family who, simply days prior to the lockdown, hosted a supper in their house. One guest was a senior female who lives alone. When the lockdown began, the family began delivering this lady’s groceries, running her errands, and calling daily at 6 p.m. to check in.
” It truly made me think of how life needs to be every day,” Nuur states. “We must be having these relationships“
I agree. And I believe we can arrive.
I have the privilege of meeting many business owners, which implies I likewise witness their great collective paradox. Even during good times, entrepreneurship feels lonely. We have selected a course of self-determination, which can be frustrating and isolating. And yet, here’s the insane thing: We all handle the same issues. Everyone has impostor syndrome Everyone battles with management, or financial resources, or strategies gone awry. We are alone together.
Now our barriers are boiling down. We are all, for the very first time in our lives, freely wrestling with the exact same problems at the very same time. Confidence isn’t expected; clearness is difficult. We felt seclusion and then doubled down on connectivity. We concerned share freely with others and rely more greatly on them, too.
That’s what we wished to honor in this issue, which has actually been a long period of time in the making. To comprehend it, here’s the backstory.
In March, as lockdowns started, the team here was preparing for our June issue. (We work months ahead of time.) June was canceled, a victim of unsure economics. Our next issue would be in July– a time that seemed impossibly far away, in a world we could not visualize. We didn’t know where to begin, so we started with a question: Who should be on the cover? In typical times, our covers feature a celebrity … however that seemed like the incorrect tone.
” Nobody wishes to be the face of a pandemic,” someone on our team stated.
What could we predict about the future? We agreed on this: Entrepreneurs would not give up. They ‘d join together and shift from panic to adjustment. By July, we figured, people would have strategies. They ‘d discover chance. They ‘d collectively bring the world forward.
So who should be on the cover? Business owners should be on the cover. “Let’s fit as many individuals as we can,” I said, which turned out to be137 We wanted them to be a representative sample of entrepreneurial resourcefulness– individuals who operate at every scale, at every experience level, running solo companies to international powerhouses. Our sole filter: They had to have actually done something adaptive during the pandemic, whether it was assisting their group, their community, their customers, or others. We ‘d consist of everyone who was priced quote in the magazine, as well as people we ‘d merely heard about and admired. One day, for example, I check out a regional news story about Maya Gilliam, who saw no future in the day spa she had actually run for years– so she changed it into a store farm and high end hemp dispensary called Hempress Farms. I enjoyed that. On the cover!
Does this sound messy and haphazard to you? I concur– but what else exists, truly? Entrepreneurship is also untidy and haphazard, the item of visualizing a destination and then improvising your way there. We had actually all choose excellence, however we should choose this instead: When we have an idea, and accompany others to make it happen, we have an opportunity to develop something significant. On any offered day, that’s the very best we can do.
The world we couldn’t think of in March has now entered focus. New companies are releasing. Old ones pivoted. Just as we are sending this problem to the printer, lots of people are leaving their homes and joining a motion for racial equality– -another seismic occasion that could pull us apart or develop togetherness and wish for a much better future.
I do not understand what follows. I sure understand this: We will not get there without each other. We were never alone, even when we felt we were. Now we know it.
These 137 individuals represent the wide range of business owners adjusting to COVID-19 Those interviewed in our July/August problem are linked to their corresponding stories; others are explained here, with more on Entrepreneur.com and @Entrepreneur on Instagram.
1/ Maghan Morin
2/ Jeanine Suah
3/ Eric Yuan, creator and CEO, Zoom
The videoconference platform ended up being a social lifeline throughout the crisis, and Yuan formed a brand-new advisory council to improve security and privacy.
4/ Tom Colicchio, chef/owner, Crafted Hospitality
The Leading Chef judge and restaurateur helped found the Independent Restaurant Coalition to advocate for the industry.
5/ Rebecca Minkoff, cofounder, Female Founder Collective
The designer launched, together with cofounder Ali Wyatt, a virtual training program to assist entrepreneurs prep to raise capital.
6/ Sean “Diddy” Combs, creator, Our Fair Share
The rapper developed a platform to help minority entrepreneurs gain access to relief capital during the pandemic.
7/ Adam Contos
8/ Pierre Laguerre, creator and CEO, Fleeting
Fleeting links commercial motorists with on-demand jobs; when COVID-19 hit, it concentrated on getting products released, fast.
9/ Deepti Sharma, creator and CEO, FoodtoEat
The catering service assists minority-owned food vendors grow their organisations. Recently, Sharma’s robust network has assisted feed folks in requirement.
10/ Vanessa Braxton, CEO, Black Mother Brands
Braxton moved her vodka distillery to produce hand sanitizer.
11/ Matthew Herman
12/ David Kien
13/ Afton Vechery and 14/ Carly Leahy, cofounders, Modern Fertility
The fertility startup collected and shared data on how the crisis is affecting females’s plans to have children.
15/ Sara Blakely
1/ Rob Cost
2/ Christina Perla, cofounder and CEO, Makelab
The 3D-printing company rotated from consumer items to face guards and custom-fit PPE.
3/ Michael Lastoria, cofounder and CEO, & Pizza
The brand donated “hero pies” to regional hospital employees and partnered with Citi to expand the program.
4/ Natalie Madeira Cofield, creator and CEO, Walker’s Legacy
The entrepreneurship cumulative for women of color introduced an emergency grant to help students displaced by the crisis.
5/ Javier Garcia Del Moral and 6/ Paco Vique, cofounders, The Wild Detectives
The Dallas book shop stated it was becoming a travel agency, however searches on its site for locations returned associated book recommendations. The prank saw sales jump 200 percent.
7/ Reshma Shetty, cofounder, Ginkgo Bioworks
The biotech business offered $25 million worth of no-cost deal with its platform to tasks fighting the infection.
8/ Andy Hunter
9/ Ben Parsa, CEO, Inside Weather
The furnishings company shifted to make face guards and masks, and made their styles open-source.
10/ Marie Kondo
11/ Person Fieri, chef, Knuckle Sandwich
Fieri raised more than $20 million for the struggling dining establishment market.
12/ Jasmine Crowe, creator and CEO, Goodr
The food-waste management company launched totally free grocery pop-ups in neighborhoods of need.
13/ Kent Yoshimura and 14/ Ryan Chen, cofounders, Neuro
The wellness-focused gum brand had actually depended on in-person fitness events to drum up company To remain top of mind, the founders began producing at-home exercises to keep people healthy.
15/ Taraji P. Henson, founder, The Boris Lawrence Henson Structure
The starlet released a campaign to offer totally free tele-therapy to African American communities.
1/ Paul Carrick Brunson, founder, Understanding Share
The serial business owner has actually brought in countless audiences to his twice-weekly livestreams about navigating company difficulties.
2/ Mariam Naficy, founder and CEO, Minted
The stationery and wedding invitation company launched “Change the Date” items.
3/ Eric Yaverbaum
4/ Magic Johnson, CEO, Magic Johnson Enterprises
He provided $100 million in loans to minority- and women-owned organisations.
5/ Rick Stollmeyer, cofounder and CEO, Mindbody
The management platform for physical fitness brand names launched a totally free item to assist customers quickly shift to provide online classes.
6/ Cheryl Leung
7/ Ethan Bechtel, CEO, OhMD
The platform lets physicians send HIPAA-encrypted texts to patients, and it was made totally free during the crisis.
8/ Alexandra Fine
9/ Gregg Renfrew, creator and CEO, Beautycounter
Business saw a threefold increase in brand-new independent makeup consultants at the brand, helping laid-off industry workers discover brand-new income.
10/ Pitbull, rap artist
The Grammy-winning artist assisted introduce the Hispanic Small Company Center to offer support to Latino entrepreneurs.
11/ Ava Duvernay, founder, Variety Alliance
The filmmaker released Range Grants to help crisis-impacted celebrations and evaluating series that focus on narrative change by people of color and ladies.
12/ Levi Fried
13/ Harmony Sage
14/ Ryan Roslansky, CEO, LinkedIn
The social media network made job postings complimentary for healthcare facilities, catastrophe relief nonprofits, and medical device business.
15/ Todd Heiser
1/ Achal Patel, cofounder and CEO, Cabinet
The medicine startup launched in March and rapidly started providing a “kit” with hand cleansers and drugs to handle COVID signs.
2/ Sudheesh Nair
14/ Stan Khlevner
15/ Christina Stembel
1/ Shaan Sethi and 2/ Neela Sethi Young, cofounders, Jaanuu
The medical apparel brand name promised to donate 200,00 0 masks to Baby2Baby, a not-for-profit that helps children in hardship.
14/ Mary Spio, founder and CEO, CEEK VR
The virtual truth business is dealing with performers to develop live-performance experiences.
15/ Ross Kramer
1/ Ariela Safira
2/ Garry Cooper, CEO, Rheaply
The asset-sharing platform offered its innovation to help Illinois medical facilities share ventilators and products.
14/ Frank Yang, creator and CEO, Simplehuman
Sales skyrocketed for the brand name’s touch-free garbage cans and soap dispensers, and the business distributed totally free items to caregivers.
15/ Anna Whiteman
1/ Katie Sturino, creator, Megababe
Need for the brand name’s hand sanitizer skyrocketed; the business prioritized donations to those most in need.
2/ Irina Logra
14/ John foley, creator and CEO, Peloton
Sales spiked when people panic-bought at-home bikes, and Peloton moved production to its trainers’ houses.
15/ Jaime Schmidt, cofounder, Schmidt’s Naturals
Schmidt launched The Entrepreneurial Dream Job, a grant and mentorship program for new services building during the crisis.
1/ Jaqi Wright
2/ Nikki Howard
14/ Michelle Kennedy, cofounder and CEO, Peanut
The social app for ladies launched brand-new functions to assist users with pandemic tiredness and stress and anxiety avoid COVID-19 conversations.
15/ Raj Kapoor, chief technique officer, Lyft
After recuperating from COVID-19, Kapoor helped launch WorldWithoutCovid.org to link interested people to scientific trials for vaccine discovery.
1/ Ken Giddon
2/ Leslie Voorhees Method
14/ Yancey Spruill, CEO, DigitalOcean
The cloud service provider introduced the Center for Great to assist developers share tools and build jobs to aid the crisis.
15/ Troy Parker, CEO, Innovative Labor and Cleansing Provider
Some people with criminal records, including Parker, are ineligible for relief loans. Now he’s dealing with senators to advocate to the SBA.
1/ Jacquelyn De jesu Center, founder and CEO, Shhhowercap
The founder donated the brand name’s waterproof, washable, anti-bacterial shower caps to labor and shipment units as PPE.
2/ Matt Ridley
14/ Muhssin El-Yacoubi
15/ Bary El-Yacoubi
1/ Jennifer Perkins
2/ Temie Giwa-Tubosun, founder and CEO, LifeBank
The medical-delivery business introduced drive-through mobile COVID-19 screening centers in Nigeria.
14/ Michelle Ng, founder, Vancouver Foodie Tours
Ng rotated to create a platform to help small businesses sell their products online, constructing a digital location for artisanal items.
15/ Randy Dewitt, creator, Front Burner Restaurants
DeWitt produced Furlough Kitchen to disperse complimentary meals out of his shut-down restaurants, and shared branding and operations information to motivate other restaurateurs to do the very same.
1/ Dave Hunt
2/ Patty Clisham
14/ Lisa Cost
15/ Mustafa Nuur, creator, Bridge
Bridge helps refugees and immigrants get in touch with regional neighborhoods. Throughout the crisis, they’re assisting care for local senior citizens.
1/ Regal Patel
2/ Nishant Patel
3/ Sahil Patel
4/ Lori Coulter and 5/ Reshma Chamberlin, cofounders, Summersalt
The swimwear brand launched Joycast, a text hotline that sends out heartfelt videos or amusing memes to people.
6/ Heather Hopkins
7/ Shan-Lyn Ma, cofounder and CEO, Zola
The wedding-planning site assisted users browse postponements with assistance, professional recommendations, and assistance initiatives.
8/ Andrey Lunev
9/ Emily L’ami
10/ Deepak Rao
11/ Siddharth Batra
12/ Romy Newman and 13/ Georgene Huang, cofounders, Fairygodboss
The online profession neighborhood for women provided free résumé reviews during the crisis.
14/ Jennifer Mazzanti
15/ Carl Mazzanti
5/ Sundar Pichai, CEO, Google
Google introduced features to help small companies easily communicate new hours and chosen shipment partners, and promote present card sales.
6/ Meghana Patel
7/ Jerry Orans, creator, Hack the Pandemic
The 16- year-old created a network of makers to 3D-print face shields for hospitals.
8/ Hamza Mudassir
9/ Kelly Mcculloch, chief people officer, Taco Bell
The brand name devoted to employing 30,00 0 new staff member during the summer months.
10/ Mahi de Silva, cofounder and CEO, Amplify.ai
The AI chatbot was released pro bono to government health companies to help them share crucial info.
11/ Matt Higgins
12/ Daniel Lubetzky, founder, KIND
The snack-bar brand has dedicated $1 million and helped launch the Frontline Impact Project to contribute food to frontline workers.
13/ Larry Connor
14/ Keba Konte, creator, Red Bay Coffee
When the coffee roaster closed its stores, its mobile coffee van got attention– and helped improve e-com sales 350 percent.
15/ Francis Davidson
5/ Pina Ciotoli and 6/ Adriano Ciotoli, co-owners, WindsorEats
The occasions company pivoted to create specialized deliveries (like boxes of local beer and wine) that support community companies.
7/ Mike Ziegenbalg
8/ Alina Mikhaleva
9/ Peter Demarzo
10/ Alex Howland
11/ Aziz Hashim
12/ Karen Akunowicz
13/ Kulveer Taggar, CEO, Zeus
The business formerly organized long-term real estate for company travelers; it rotated to help displaced college students find housing.
14/ Chriselle Lim and 15/ Joan Nguyen, cofounders, Bümo
The education-based childcare center found a long-term opportunity as it moved to digital amid the crisis. The interactive preschool now has a 2,00 0-person waitlist.
5/ Ashley Huffman
6/ Salomon Mishaan
7/ Laura Spaulding
8/ Danny Cattan
9/ James Vitrano
10/ Alexandre Lazarow
11/ Maya Gilliam, creator, Hempress Farms
When her medical spa needed to close, Gilliam pivoted and rebranded to end up being a hemp dispensary and remain open for company.
12/ Tariq Farid, creator and CEO, Edible Arrangements
The company started providing fresh produce deliveries in addition to their signature bouquets and saw sales skyrocket.
13/ Meena Harris
14/ Paul Wolfe
15/ Alfonso Olvera, cofounder, Aries
The company assisted redesign an anti-aerosol box to keep medical professionals safe from polluted air during intubations.