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This Soap Could Help You Help Save the World

photo of Reena Flores
November 27, 2013

David Simnick, founder and CEO of Washington-based SoapBox, talks about how his products developed and now follow a new model of charitable giving.

This video was included in the feature "This Soap Could Save the World." The story is a part of National Journal's "Innovation Works" series exploring America's role in the global tech race. 

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