Social entrepreneur looking to grow green efforts

Collective efforts help to make a difference, says Mr Alvin Li, co-founder of The Kommon Goods.
Collective efforts help to make a difference, says Mr Alvin Li, co-founder of The Kommon Goods. PHOTO: COURTESY OF ALVIN LI
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Businessman Alvin Li wants to make a buck like anyone in the corporate world but the bottom line is not his main priority.

Mr Li, 29, considers himself to be a social entrepreneur and impact investor who is part of a wider group of young people who are conscious of sustainability even when doing business.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on October 21, 2019, with the headline Social entrepreneur looking to grow green efforts. Subscribe