May 23, 2016
Thanks, looks interesting.
Jun 7, 2016
Thanks Perry, working on the comments
Jun 10, 2016
Congratulations on making the semi-finals!
Congratulations on making the Semi-Finals!
Could you describe more about this solution and what would become of the waste:
"Insulators will be made of cloth textiles and smaller polystyrene materials as well as a locking string."
Are there risks with centralization in this proposal. There are aspects that I like; such as less travel for firewood; but there is also more centralization:
“Storage and Manufacturing Factory Setup = -/+ $67 000”
That might be disruptive to local communities. But maybe you could test it on a small scale (with a comparison control group) and see how it goes.
Jun 15, 2016
Hello, I like the simplicity and affordability of this idea but seems like it's the same with these:
and it took 3 stars of novelty, what am I missing?
Still, I believe it should be more and more common.So good effort and good luck!
Jul 6, 2016
It is similar but not the same.
From a technological point of view the Wonder Bag has way lesser time of keeping the food warm because of the kind of polysterine it uses.
The cost involved in the making of our product and the above mentioned competitor is that ours is way too cheaper due to local communities ownership.
The one party (our competitor) has a profit generation perspective while we are looking at a community empowerment and environmental impact perspective.
The Wonderbag has private ownership and multinational influence in Unilever and we aim to make the project completely community operated.