MISSION

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MISSION

One million tons of external power supplies are manufactured each year, but 60% end up in the landfill. We aim to slow down this pipeline by extending the life-cycle of these items.

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PROBLEM

Frayed chargers and power cords are a dangerous but common problem; however, replacing cords is expensive and bad for the environment.

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SOLUTION

By preventing and repairing damage, Cord Restored products extend the life of existing external chargers and power cords.

PRODUCTS

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MIT MAY 4, 2019 CAMBRIDGE MA

ABOUT US

The MIT LaunchX Entrepreneurship Program will be holding the LaunchX Global Demo Day Finals on May 4, 2019, at MIT in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The Cord Restored team is excited to be selected as one of twenty LaunchX Global Finalists out of over a thousand teams from around the world.

In an effort to slow down the amount of toxic e-waste being sent to landfills, Cord Restored produces cutting-edge products that extend the lifespan of electric cords and chargers. Throughout the year in the lead up to the Global Demo Day, the Polytechnic School team worked through the MIT LaunchX School Club curriculum, as well as with their LaunchX appointed mentor, to develop a comprehensive business plan for their innovative company. Finnegan, Matthew and Ryan are looking forward to meeting the LaunchX team and other LaunchX Global Finalists. Let’s work together and make a difference!

PROUD TO REPRESENT POLY @LAUNCHX GLOBAL FINALS AT MIT

LaunchX Clubs Pasadena Polytechnic Team Emergence

OUR TEAM

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Matthew Burke

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Finnegan Keller

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Ryan Lavery

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Matthew knows first hand the sense of waste and hypocrisy involved in throwing garbage or recycling in a labeled bin, while knowing it will end up polluting the environment in a landfill either here or across the globe. He is passionate about promoting global social justice through dialogue, service, and scientific innovation. He is happiest working in a lab and has worked in the fields of robotics/computer science/electrical engineering at USC and in evolutionary biology and biomathematics at UCLA during the summer.
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Finnegan Keller's interests may seem contradictory at first glance. He is passionate about the way things work. He loves astrophysics, chemistry and the emerging field of functional medicine. He is also fascinated with relationships, especially the dynamics of inclusion and difference. With six years of debate, he has learned to adjudicate, but as a certified peer mediator, he has had to listen rather than take a side. In his seasons of basketball and acting in plays, he's begun to truly understand the value of being a member of a group, but while playing tennis, he has had to develop independence.
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Ryan Lavery is a disciple within the art of self-improvement that seeks to refine his knowledge of authentic health from the world-wide-web, so he knows exactly how it feels when his cords break and cut off his access to the supreme databank of human knowledge. Ryan loves to study human psychology; the mindsets that make us succeed and those that make us fail, and what gives an Olympian their mental edge over the average person; but who truly wants to spend more than 100 dollars to fix computer chargers?
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