Introducing Rising Pyramid

September 13, 2009
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Rising Pyramid is about the gradual improvement of life for the world’s poorest, living at the Bottom of the Pyramid (BoP).  Despite setbacks, social entrepreneurs who set goals on hitting the triple bottom line have been challenging global poverty head on and have succeeded in many cases.  We believe that both the successes and challenges faced by these entrepreneurs are leading to the rise of those at the bottom of the pyramid.

The title, “Rising Pyramid”, is meant to reflect an optimistic perspective of the promising progress made by social entrepreneurs and to elevate interest in the bottom of the pyramid. This blog is meant to celebrate social entrepreneurs and to explore the issues they face as they attempt to solve the world’s largest problem: poverty.

We encourage discussion, comments and feedback on the topics and ideas we highlight and investigate here on Rising Pyramid.

A little information on the two authors of Rising Pyramid:

Bryan Farris

Currently a strategy consultant at Bain & Company, Bryan has long aspired to be a social entrepreneur with an aim to contribute to long term economic growth and progress in developing countries.  He is a graduate of University of California at Berkeley with a major in Industrial Engineering & Operations Research.

Christopher Cuellar

Chris is a technical consultant with San Francisco Consulting Group, and he has a unique passion for engineering solutions that combine environmental benefits with social progress.   Prior to working with SFCG, Chris worked with Booz & Company as a strategy consultant. He is a graduate of Northwestern University with a major in Industrial Engineering and Economics.

3 Responses to Introducing Rising Pyramid

  1. Benjamin Hernandez on September 22, 2009 at 3:51 am

    Chris and Bryan,

    Great job on taking initiative with this blog! This seem like a great outlet to share information for those of us interested in leveraging our business acumen in the social enterprise space. I’ll be sure to forward both of you some interesting articles I have been reading.

    Ben

  2. JimmyBean on September 30, 2009 at 10:57 pm

    I don’t know If I said it already but …Great site…keep up the good work. :) I read a lot of blogs on a daily basis and for the most part, people lack substance but, I just wanted to make a quick comment to say I’m glad I found your blog. Thanks, :)

    A definite great read..Jim Bean

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