GOOD Maker Winner: How One Startup is Reinventing Pipelines

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GOOD Maker Winner: How One Startup is Reinventing Pipelines

by GOOD Maker

July 5, 2013

Cohen, second from left, and the Chilean TOHL team and partners celebrating TOHL's successful installation in San José de Maipo.

Testing water quality for one of TOHL's projects near Santiago, Chile.

TOHL started their work in Chile and have since expanded into Haiti. “We are very focused on Latin America right now, and we have plans to expand into various regions around the world within the next decade,” says Cohen. TOHL’s goal is to help serve the millions of people globally who don’t have access to clean water.

How will the $50,000 help them do that? First up is a marketing guru. Cohen hopes bringing on a marketing individual will help in developing strategic partnerships, as well as establish TOHL as a global brand. “These relationships and partnerships within our fields are crucial to our growth strategy,” says Cohen. In addition, TOHL recently closed another contract in Chile and will be also putting some funding towards operations for this upcoming project.

Above all, Cohen is sure of one thing, “Our business is successful when we are executing projects that bring water to people in need.”

Congratulations to Cohen, and the rest of the team at TOHL. We look forward to seeing the $50,000 put to good use. To learn more about TOHL and their mission, check out their submission here.

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