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Welcome back to fox news live -- -- -- talk about the business of doing good and to explain how a company can change in industry also help millions of people the same time.
Doctor James Bernstein Bernstein and Bernstein Bernstein Britannia my real name supplier of -- nice Haitian parents that I totally get it.
Tell me about anywhere -- the CEO of anywhere and what what is it you're doing and what.
This business of doing good final -- the -- -- very closely together so the first -- to say is that.
Anywhere is a small business means.
We are thinking -- we're doing big things -- marketers.
People all over the world.
Who do not have -- electricity -- That's about three and a half billion people on on a planet of seven billion on the planet about seven which is going public to eleven by 2050.
So these there -- three and a half million people that I like you want me here in New York City and have no electricity so when they go to get medical care in the municipal surgical procedure.
The issuance -- not sure didn't so there yet -- of complications -- that -- get this ability to big problem so with a rather small investment.
I'm a lot of commitment and networking.
We can come up with a product which is very inexpensive which will solve that problem -- and you've done that apparently we're in the process of doing.
-- -- Dallas -- I mean I'm picky when you said you know surgical situations prior to sterilization I think the civil war.
When so many of the the the wounded in the civil war would not only lost limbs but because of infection died because of infections they went sterilizing.
Instruments how do you do that if you can't easily could -- -- imagine you have to boil water and.
Well you with you know lists the civil war and the earthquake in Haiti we're very similar -- partners where he went down eighty as a surgeon you could do nothing because you had.
No electricity either for you couldn't surge sterilizing has received had been so different reminders of surgeries using -- -- -- -- Very much like alcohol alcohol right but that doesn't several us and only in.
We'll kill some of things you don't want on there but you need to think of yourself as being a big culture reading your warm your Maurice -- -- -- one or two bacteria get into you one name.
Growing that you get an infection -- so so wet wet daisy duke.
Guys are developing I mean up.
Forgive me because I am certainly not a doctor but I would have thought OK so in those kind of situations investments paralyzes you build a fire and you boil the instrument.
For awhile so Holland doesn't sterilize either a kind and there are many parts of the world were far what is not readily available people on the and a crucial pockets funds spend five hours today getting enough -- the world their soup for dinner program.
So the notion that you can actually solve problems -- -- fire.
Those -- more.
But sterilization is uninteresting area there's been very little innovation -- and sterilization.
One of the things -- social entrepreneurs do.
Which big companies don't -- was they innovate right.
And we're kind of like the canary in the end of the stick we were written any anywhere anywhere epithet like the canary in the end of the stick it used to -- one of the coal mine from -- -- It was all right.
The canary lives and if it wasn't all right not so there many social entrepreneurship try and solve these big global problems and and many of them died because are under capitalized or doesn't work but the ones that survive.
Or eaten by the big companies so it sounds to me like you're not doing crowd funding which are doing -- solution -- bringing in different well -- interest in good social impact investing since it doesn't have big capital in behind.
-- that -- collaborative.
So the turn we use it anywhere we are engaged in collaborative.
Capitalism and it's very different in the sort of progressive.
Most -- funny everybody's dumping done little money lots of people -- a little money and hoping get a bigger effect.
-- are you raising money it anywhere right now we're development of these.
We're raising money to do this just how much you're safari lesson we've what we don't talk about -- -- -- but we're raising several million dollars but the important point.
Is it just for a small number of millions of dollars mean.
We can create a community care of billions of people.
What but what what is it I'm kind of vision what what kind of product are working on for sterilization if -- -- similar I think.
Your briefcase yes.
A little container maybe like this meant.
You put your surgical instruments into it then you have a little gas charges may be that big and -- -- -- -- of the container.
You -- corporate period -- time when you open and up you're ready to go.
So you know conceivably in in a war zone that might not have electricity or you know France -- a place like Syria that -- that's going on there back in Haiti after the disaster.
-- watch the instrument just regular water and then put it into this.
Entertainers correct but what I would like to point out Q is.
-- -- disaster zones -- militaries and there -- three and a half billion people who live in the emerging markets of the world friend who don't have access true.
New York City level health care.
Well we've we've had situations in our own city where we have -- -- I -- you know I mean -- -- -- -- -- -- -- implications for -- the developing world could still be used in the developed world.
But I that -- point that -- like to make because you're here today talking about the business of doing good mean so.
-- used to be when you invested in -- company you invested.
Because the company was going to be profitable.
And you got to return on your investment based upon the profit of the company from sort of -- Wall Street -- but social impact investment.
Says -- -- other things besides profit.
The create value in the company.
The near the three -- Of social investing and that would big profit right people -- community are you doing something that makes people better and and then -- the planet are you doing something to make the environment better.
As well as we wrap up anywhere is it not for profit it is and where we are fought -- for profit company okay where small business and we're innovative.
That we're creating big solutions to big problems with small amount of capital -- anywhere do you have a website where people look at about -- why don't we talk about that attack anywhere that's because anywhere -- OK one word dot com and it's -- within EE -- -- -- BA -- which means you can use our portable sterilization.
Anywhere anytime -- -- was and why not available knowing who it was.
The branding them kind okay anywhere is -- -- work program.
Anything you want to add before we wrap up.
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