Forward-thinking entrepreneurs such as Ryan Emmons saw untapped opportunities in the water bottling industry and took the significant risk of venturing into the business. What the businessman discovered was that most companies in this niche of the beverage industry were not conscious on the conservation of the environment. Ryan came up with Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water, which is bottled at a sustainable source. The company has also implemented environment-conscious manufacturing given that the bottles used are biodegradable.
Given his relatively young age, Ryan Emmons brings new ideas to an industry that hasn’t experienced a lot of innovation. According to the entrepreneur, most of the business owners in the beverage industry are over 50 years old necessitating the rise of a new era of entrepreneurs with disruptive ideas.
Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water relies on nature’s ability to filter and fortify water with valuable minerals. The company harvests and bottles the water from the volcanic rocks of Hawaii. For the few years that Waiakea has been in operation, the company has seen remarkable growth and proved to the investment world that its business model is robust.
Pundits value Waiakea at $10 million with an annual growth projection of 170 percent. The company sells over 100,000 cases annually. One of the factors that have contributed to the growth of the enterprise includes the establishment of a robust distribution chain that brings on board both small and large retailers.
Ryan Emmons exudes confidence that his company is poised for more growth in the coming days. The impressive sales that the firm has posted are proof that the enterprise is on the right track business-wise. We can expect more investors to join the shareholder family of Waiakea in the coming days.