Video: K-C's chief scientist featured in TEDxOshkosh talk, discusses humanity-centric innovation to solve environmental and social problems, create new business opportunities (11:47)

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January 20, 2022 (press release) –

Who wants to be a billionaire? In a recent TEDxOshkosh talk, Kimberly-Clark’s chief scientist Pete Dulcamara discussed how a new focus on humanity-centric innovation can help solve the most significant problems facing society and the environment in an economically viable way, open doors to new business opportunities, and give us all the opportunity to build a better world.

As part of this focus, Pete shares why he redefined the word “billionaire” to mean a person helping a billion people – not a person accumulating a billion dollars.

Listen to Pete’s inspiring talk: Humanity-Centric Innovation: Redefining the Meaning of Billionaire

Click here to watch the video.

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