Ravi Toor Interview – Filamentive
In just three years, Ravi Toor has built a business that started whilst still at university and has since become a great success.
Tackling green planet issues head-on, Ravi’s company, Filamentive, is now nationally recognised not just for having great environmental credentials, but also for making reliable, quality materials. In doing so, he has broken down the stigma associated with recycled materials to prove they are at least as good, if not better than others.
Ravi joined us in the studio following his morning lecture with our MSc Industrial Digitalisation students to explain the challenges and opportunities that lay ahead for would-be entrepreneurs.
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