In this episode, we follow Tendekayi as he visits the new manufacturing facility in China, which is employs all deaf workers.
Unreasonable MediaAugust 17, 2013
Watch this intimate interview with the Founder of the world's first TEDx, a serial tech entrepreneur, the founder of multiple global centers for innovation as Krisztina "Z" Holly explores policy, the future of education, and failure.
To gain empathy and insight into Myanmar's market, we follow Prakti Stoves founder, Mouhsine Serrar, as he visits a rural village in Yangoon and lets a local restaurant owner put his stove to the test.
Unreasonable MediaAugust 14, 2013
To create a new company, Pedro, founder of Agua Inc., and some college students experiment in The Gambia with the intention of expanding his revolutionary biotechnology to new markets around the world.
Unreasonable MediaAugust 11, 2013
https://vimeo.com/74262385 After sailing over 40,000 nautical kilometers, over the course of 100 days, the entrepreneurs…
Unreasonable MediaAugust 9, 2013
This video highlights a global convening unlike any before it: [email protected] Held at the State Department on May 5th, some of the world's top policy makers, entrepreneurs, and investors convened on Washington. Click here to watch what happened!
Curious as to what came of 11 technology companies being trapped together on 1 ship for over 100 days? Watch this video to see what happens!
This is the video we used to when launching [email protected] in an effort to outline why we were launching this experiment and with the hopes of attracting applicants. Ultimately we had just shy of 1,000 tech companies from almost 100 countries apply for the program.
Unreasonable MediaAugust 7, 2013
The co-founder of Stanford's d.school, George Kembel, discusses the struggles and tactics for balancing life, family, and an addiction to startups.
Unreasonable MediaAugust 1, 2013