Meeting The Founders of Method At Home Soap Company

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Method Guys Eric Ryan and Adam Lowry on G Living’s Room 101

What is the first thing that pops into your head when you hear the word dirty? Sexy Hot? Madonna? Maybe you visualize old rich men with half naked 20 something girls. What ever popped into your dirty little mind, I bet it wasn’t soap. When the guys at Method (the modern green soap company) think about dirty, they think of nothing but soap and how to make it cleaner, greener and look sexier. Yes sexier, so some of your dirty thoughts where on the right track.

It is this type of clean sexy thinking, that enabled the Method Guys (Eric Ryan and Adam Lowry) to build the 7th fastest growing company in the United States, and the fastest growing company in California. The fastest growing company in California, the home of Apple Computer, and a valley full of tech geeks popping out the latest electronic gadgets that will power our homes and do all the thinking for us, beat out by a couple of guys making soap in their bathtub? Come on, really?! Well according to Adam, that is exactly correct and they fully intend to keep growing their business at record speed, while continuing the path to make their company and their products even greener.

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Follow-Up | Opportunity Green at UCLA

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On Saturday, G Living attended the Opportunity Green conference at UCLA. The event’s purpose was to empower people to create new businesses (or alter existing ones) towards a business model that is both green and profitable. All this toward the ultimate goal of making the world a better place. Continue Reading / See Additional Photos

Opportunity Green | Movers and Shakers

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If you’re wondering where all the prime movers and shakers in green business will be this Saturday, ponder no more. They’ll be at UCLA for a sustainability conference known as Opportunity Green. The conference boasts “the best and the brightest entrepreneurial CEOs, executives, professionals, designers, investors and bloggers”, all focused on creating sustainable enterprises that turn a profit. Continue Reading / See Additional Photos

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