The Institute hits its midway point and the fellows begin to prepare for the biggest opportunity of their entire lives. We welcome Nnaemeka Ikegwuonu from Nigeria and we say goodbye to Jehan as he heads back to Australia. The incredible opportunity to live with people from around the world and create a family is made clear through these times of transition.

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In this episode, the fellows are encouraged and pushed to get ready for the surprise 3,000-mile road trip to San Francisco where each entrepreneur will pitch to an audience of the world’s top impact investors and philanthropists. We also track the excitement of  Nnmaeka and his venture, Smallholder’s Rural Farm Radio.

This is one episode of a series by Unreasonable Media capturing the stories & journey of the 25 entrepreneurs part of the inaugural Unreasonable Institute in 2010. For more behind the scenes footage of this program, see here.


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