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.
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.

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