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Google for Entrepreneurs supports the GiveMeTap African clean water initiative

by Sanum Jain

Buy a GiveMeTap metal water bottle, download the app, and a person in Africa gains access to clean drinking water. Google for Entrepreneurs has played a key role in GiveMeTap’s success from the beginning. It offered Founder Edwin Broni-Mensah a space to build a tight-knit team as well as an opportunity to be mentored by Google.

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Edwin Broni-Mensah LOVIE EMERGING ENTREPRENEUR AWARD

by Sanum Jain

The Lovie Awards would like to honour Edwin Broni-Mensah with The Lovie Emerging Entrepreneur Award for starting the incredible social enterprise GiveMeTap right from his dorm room at university, and for using the Web to help people get access to clean water.

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Popping Up & Tapping Up in Birmingham.

by Sanum Jain

A social enterprise with big ambitions to create a world where drinking water is free to all, is appearing in the Bullring this week.

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Free water at a tap of a button with GiveMeTap’s Android App.

by Sanum Jain

A prerequisite for any business to grow is to improve their technology and GiveMeTap are no exception. With the release of the social enterprise’s new Android & iOS App this month, they hope to make a splash and give consumers easier access to water while transforming the image of social enterprises.

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A man’s attempts to build a six-pack before turning 25...

by Sanum Jain

Figen Gunes talks to Edwin Broni-Mensah, who has created a genius social enterprise helping folk from the UK to Africa

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GiveMeTap and Virgin Money: What corporations and social enterprises can learn from one another

by Sanum Jain

In light of working together both GiveMeTap and VirginMoney have shared their experiences and the lessons they have learnt.

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How free water in Britain could help hydrate Africa

by Ashley Warner

The Manchester-based PhD student's response was to launch GiveMeTap -- a sustainable water scheme where people can buy stainless steel water bottles and refill them using a network of cafes and restaurants across Britain.

 

Using this concept, Broni-Mensah aimed to cut down plastic waste and use the profits from the sale of GiveMeTap water bottles to build water projects in Africa.

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Save plastic, save money, save the world with Give Me Tap

by Ashley Warner

But if you, like us, think that forking out £1.20 for a miniscule bottle of mineral water is an outrage (not to mention an unnecessary use of plastic), then check out Give Me Tap. This new scheme maps out over 100 cafés and shops (and counting) that have agreed to give all you lovely people free tap water refills, without the obligation of buying anything. 

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