"ECONOMIES IN A BOX"
A mixed-use real estate development project designed to generate local jobs and GDP by deploying the world's most innovative sustainable technologies, setting new standards in urban living, infrastructure and jobs development.
A carbon-negative, zero waste, energy independent community, featuring retail, entertainment, restaurants, student-housing, hotel and transformative infrastructure technology showcase.
4EvrCarma was created to elevate underserved and displaced working women across America inspired by a small business in Hyderabad, India called "WE Recycle".
"WE Recycle was born from my desire to use my education in design from the Cranbook Academy of Art in Michigan to remove waste from our environment and turn them into elegant, high quality, and customized products while empowering underserved women in the “slums” to earn premium wages and uplift their families. I started this journey 23 years ago, and since then, 19 of my employees have put their kids through university though their income at WE Recycle. I established a local brick and mortar storefront decades ago that sells the majority of our products, but we are now teaming up with CAЯBON to create 4EvrCarma in order to scale our operations, “CAЯBON Copy” our business, and provide women in communities all over the world the opportunity to use their hearts, minds, and souls to start a new chapter in life that reflects their personal strife, struggles, accomplishments, and culture while becoming part of a global movement towards achieving total economic and social resilience…just as my team has in India.
CAЯBON’s idea to start working with displaced workers from the COVID-19 economic crisis is exactly the dream I have for this business and the impact on the lives that I want to make. 4EvrCarma is more than just a passion for me, it’s an inspiration I want to share with the masses all over the world. This is a sound business that can grow immensely with the right entrepreneurs – the resources to make products are endless and we are only limited by our own creativity. I hope societies will see this as an opportunity as the way I have over the past 20 years. It’s been a truly amazing journey thus far and women can use what we have done to bring themselves into the light and have a sense of pride.”
CEO of WeRecycle
Empowering Underserved Women.