5 Smart, Sustainable Innovations Ready to Take Over the Developing World

“It’s both exhilarating and humbling to work side by side with these entrepreneurs,” said Brian Haas, vice president of semiconductor company KLA-Tencor.

Since 2003, Santa Clara University’s Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship has invited about 20 social enterprises to its campus every year. The companies and nonprofits don’t receive money; instead, they get 10 months of mentoring from venture capitalists and entrepreneurs on how to scale their innovations.