As a student 10 years ago, Sorin Grama, SDM ’07, availed himself of the MIT entrepreneurial ecosystem to co-found a startup to help farmers in India keep milk and food from spoiling. Now that the company, Promethean Power Systems, is up and running and making inroads internationally, Grama is bringing his experience and expertise back to MIT as an entrepreneur in residence.
Grama will work with the Legatum Center for Development and Entrepreneurship and the Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship to guide and support students founding startups in the developing world. This is the first such partnership between the two centers.
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