Colin Davis, one of NSIV’s very first members to join the incubator with his company kWhOURS, Inc., has founded a new venture called Something Gud. The company is a consumer portal service that delivers 100% locally sourced food directly to your home or office. You may say that Something Gud is the Farmers Market gone virtual.
Adding every day to the growing list of more than thirty local vendors, Something Gud casts a wide, varied, and savory net that includes well-known brands and specialty items such as Iggy’s Bread (www.iggysbread.com), Taza Chocolate (www.tazachocolate.com), Dave’s Fresh Pasta (www.davesfreshpasta.com), The Herb Lyceum at Gilson’s (www.gilsonslyceum.com), and a whole lot more. To whet your appetite, visit Something Gud’s website at www.somethinggud.com
Colin dubbs himself a sustainability geek whose passion runs wide and deep. He studied physics, focusing on climate science. He bicycled across North America to raise awareness of climate change, filming a documentary in the process. Wanting to affect more immediate change on a large scale, Colin worked as a corporate sustainability and green building consultant for Fortune 500’s, retrofitting industrial facilities for energy efficiency and installing renewable systems. In 2009, he founded kWhOURS, Inc., a venture backed energy efficiency software company.
Something Gud is one of Massachusetts’ very first public benefit corporations (B-Corp), which means that it is classified as a socially responsible and environmentally friendly company.
Something Gud is also an NSIV corporate sponsor.
Congratulaltions, Colin! Another venture well done!