Ryan Emmons is Co-founder and CEO of Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water

Nobody had heard of young, 25 -year-old, Ryan Emmons who is the rising young CEO of Waiakea  Water. It has been over three years since he introduced this delicious, mineral-infused natural water to the bottled water market, but in three years, sales have sky-rocketed to over 4,000 percent, and they are climbing.

Some would say that adding another product to an already oversaturated market was not very smart, but when you have a one-of-a-kind, sure thing, it doesn’t matter how many contenders there are.

Together, Ryan and his friend and partner Mr. Teller started Waiakea water when they were freshmen in college, and Teller has since left the business. Ryan knew how to grab the public’s attention long enough for them to try this water. “Drink sensibly, Drink responsibly has been his motto and how he has built his company as a young entrepreneur.

According to Forbes, Waiakea Water from Waiakea Springs is a sustainable product that offers amazing and unique health benefits and is packaged in environmentally friendly packaging. Ryan is also a philanthropist because he Gives Back to communities that need clear water both in the U.S. and in Africa.

Waiakea water bottled water is the result of water falling 14,000 feet through volcanic rock to produce one of the purest environments for bottled water. The public has responded to the mineral-infused water that is produced.

The Springs are surrounded by millions of miles of the Pacific Ocean, but the mineral water is the result of snowmelt and rain from the pristine peak of the Mauna Loa volcano. Waiakea water is alkaline and electrolyte-filled and contributes to healthy skin, hair, nails and overall good health.

Today, the company is valued at $10 million dollars and is growing at an annual rate of 170% with actual sales rising from 2,304 cases to 122,400 cases sold annually. Ryan has worked almost exclusively on his own.

He says that the bottled water industry is mainly an “old dog’s club.” The young entrepreneurs are few but tend to gravitate and associate with each other.

Learn more about Waiakea water: http://www.newyou.com/health/fresh-volcano-water/

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