How A Hawaiian-Based Water Company Stole the Show

Waiakea is widely considered to be one of the most growing enterprises in America. Based on an accurate study, the Hawaiian bottle water company has surpassed several companies and ultimately attained the 414th position on 5000 list of fastest growing entities in America. Waiakea’s rapid growth has put it in an elite group alongside multinational corporations such as Microsoft, Timberland, Under Armour and many more. Done by Inc. Magazine, the ranking is conducted annually by selection is based on revenue generated by leading enterprises over the last three years.

Since 2014, the bottle water company has experienced tremendous growth of 1,059.3% which undeniably puts it in a top tier group. While addressing a congregation of journalists and investors, Waiakea’s CEO, Ryan Emmons, hailed the significant strides made by the company and attributed its success to the highly talented and dedicated staff at its disposal.

How Waiakea Became a Socially Dedicated, Award Winning Brand

Since its inception, Waiakea has strived to operate on the principles of innovation by providing naturally nutritious mineral water to its diverse range of clients. Apart from adopting green practices in terms of sourcing and packaging, the company has gone a step further by implementing corporate social responsibility practices geared at assisting the less fortunate in society access safe and clean drinking water.

On a global scale, Waiakea has gone above and beyond to collaborate with prominent emissions experts such as the CarbonNeutral and Ecometrica firms to reduce the ecological footprints from their businesses to acceptable standards. As the company adopts greener production techniques, plans are in order to adopt biodegradable water bottles before the commencement of 2018.

Waiakea’s Background

Sourced from the Volcanic Waiakea springs in Hawaii, Waiakea water incorporates a natural and healthy flavor with distinct taste from its competitors. Captured rains and snowmelt, the water undergoes filtration through porous lava to promote its natural alkalinity.

Packaging entails the use of high-grade recycled polyethylene which uses less energy to manufacture regular bottles.

Moreover, the manufacturing process significantly reduces by over 90 percent compared to regular bottles while the plastic used is BPA-free.