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Investing in the Future - Sam Kramer '18

If you had one million dollars to give towards an altruistic cause, what would you do with the money? For Cornell Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Studies student Sam Kramer ’18, the answer was easy. “I would invest it in renewable energy projects,” he said. For Sam, this question is more than a hypothetical. In fact, it's the foundation of his company, InvestMend, which pairs renewable energy projects with accredited investors to create high-yield and high-impact returns. Sam’s vision is to use InvestMend as an online platform that can channel investments to help build a better world, and it has gained a lot of traction already. Sam recently placed first in eLab’s fall pitch competition, and with that victory, wants to position InvestMend for long-term success.
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