I’m writing to thank you and your team for all the effort that you have made to develop the Dominican Republic project, from the incredible design of the houses, the fundraising, the coordination with the DR team and the Valientes.
All this incredible work will come true in a couple of weeks. The good thing is that some of the poorest families in Latin America, those that are usually living without electricity, sewage and water, will work alongside Extremis and TECHO volunteers to have a new start, with a new house.
Just wanted to say thanks to all your team. You had been amazing!
…we also work with a raft of companies who are growing fast like Extermis and in all of those cases what we’re looking for is people who’ve got the vision and the ability to implement a truly sustainable model, so that’s looking at all of the way in which they operate not just the fact that they’ve have good environmental principles in the way in which they manufacture or implement what they do, but the fact they think holistically about how they interact with society locally and in the markets that they serve.
We really think that they’re a strong organisation, very open to working with and identifying ways of getting value for all the parties involved. I would say go and talk to them with a very open mind.
Julia Glenn, CEO of Extremis Technology, has been working with our project’s individual needs. She is responsive to our developments, enhances our vision through networking, and provides a solid base with her team of engineers.
I would highly recommend working with her and her team at Extremis Technology Ltd.