Leo Saballos shows some of the handbags made in Nicaragua that are sold by his Internet company Solo Viva. He hopes to give opportunities to up-and-coming fashion designers and fair-trade workers, and donate 10 percent of all profits to charitable organizations.
Photo by John Rawlston .
published Monday, January 27th, 2014
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Company founder Leo Saballos, a 27-year-old Covenant College grad, wanted to start a company built on three values: Promoting startup or small-time designers, upholding fair trade standards and supporting nonprofit organizations.