Word is beginning to spread. #goodxchange.

GoodX will engage the global economy at a true supply chain level in the harshest places on earth in a way that we can eliminate extreme poverty. That’s what the world needs – a true business model for solving the world’s most pressing social issues.

Ashish Gadnis

Tech Entreprenuer | Young Global Leader, World Economic Forum | Winner, Peter F. Drucker Award for Non-Profit Innovation

GoodXChange…it’s here just in the nick of time. The idea of using profit and growth as a tool to help people is not only on trend, but is being brought to life by someone who has owned it as his purpose since the day we met. It’s a win for business and a win for the world.

Kelly Flynn

Creator and Senior Executive Producer, CNN Heroes

GoodXChange is a great way for companies and brands to demonstrate the kind of warmth and competence that keeps customers loyal and delivers sustained growth.

Chris Malone

Co-Author of The HUMAN Brand: How We Relate to People, Products & Companies | Managing Partner, Fidelum Partners

Imagine what would happen if Mother Teresa combined forces with Steve Jobs, to address the most important issues in the world.
Look to the Stars today…and you have GoodXChange.

Marc Sternberg

Co-Founder, Brand Innovators LLC

Ed is a brilliant humanitarian whose “win-win” model makes sense for business, cause and community. His approach to bringing the private and the not-for-profit sectors together is not only wise and rational but innovative with the potential to achieve the dream of taking what works to scale. It is clearly time for something like GoodXChange to come in and change the game to change the world.

Jill Iscol, Ed.D

President, Hummingbird Foundation | Author, Hearts on Fire

I’ve seen how celebrities and their favorite non-profits are constantly struggling to fund their philanthropic projects. Working with Ed Martin, Jordin Sparks and Hershey clearly showed me the power of Ed’s win-win model: everyone eagerly engages with each other to create amazing results.

Myrlia Purcell

Founder & Senior Editor, Look To The Stars

The favorite line I learned from Ed is “who else can win when I win?” Ed has demonstrated how companies can create authentic good to help people in need while also creating conditions for their core business to succeed. I know through his work at GoodXChange that he will find additional ways to create win-win situations between nonprofit organizations and multinational companies.

Bob Goodwin

Head of Mattel Foundation

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