The sixth and final week of the Unreasonable Institute has arrived. The team reflects on the trip to San Francisco and discusses the importance of the quality of the person behind the venture from an investor’s point of view. The entrepreneurs share their perspectives on the value they received in San Francisco, especially the value of the the relationships they formed.

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In this episode we also take a look into how the mentors of the Unreasonable Institute have guided, and helped form, the Institute itself. As we examine this story over drinks between Daniel and three Unreasonable Mentors, we weave in and out of focus on the Unreasonable Community that has been developed. Finally, at the culminating Global Summit, we watch as the entrepreneurs pitch to one another during the Unreasonable Village Capital Pitch Fest as they compete for three $75,000 investments.

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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The Unreasonable Institute arms entrepreneurs creating solutions to the world’s biggest social and environmental problems with the mentorship, capital, and networks they need to do so.

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