Enter Mr. Kenton Lee, who is an entrepreneur with the invention of a shoe that grows! When working at an orphanage in Nairobi, Kenya, Lee came up with the idea of a leather sandal that could expand five sizes. Thus allowing the shoes to last years for a kid and save money, materials, and waste.
However, having a brilliant and more sustainable idea is not enough. I know first hand with my own trademarks and patented invention, that this is always the case. Lee even tried to give the idea away for free to a shoe company, but there seems to be an inherited inhibitor in all corporations that believe they must put profits ahead of people.
Visit Because International with the Link above. If you are blessed with a child, you may want a pair for your kid.
Bill Lauto, at GoingTrueGreen.com
International Sustainability and Energy Consultant
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