Small Business Initiative 2021 Demo Day

This 60-minute event will be viewable from Tuesday 7 September – Tuesday 14 September

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Unreasonable Impact

Small Business Initiative

The event will be run online and will be focused on introducing the 14 entrepreneurs participating in our Unreasonable Impact Small Business Initiative. This pilot initiative is designed to support entrepreneurs focused on solving pressing social and environmental challenges within their local communities. The cohort of ventures are delivering innovative solutions across industries such as healthcare, education, renewable energy, sustainable transport and the future of food – whilst creating new jobs as they grow. After each 3 minute presentation, we’ll make it easy to connect with the presenting ventures and for you to offer your support.

This invite-only event will kick off at 09:00 BST on Tuesday 7th September. If you miss the kick-off please note that all registered guests will have the ability to watch the Demo Day for the following week. You can also choose to watch only the presentations of the entrepreneurs that most align with your interests.

By registering for this event you agree to these terms & conditions.

Presenting Ventures

We are privileged to work with the following companies as part of the Unreasonable Impact Small Business Initiative.

Immaculate Drinks

Immaculate Drinks

A global lifestyle brand, creates premium, natural, alcohol-free drinks, with a significant percentage of our profits used to empower and support other women in business.

IntelliDigest Ltd

IntelliDigest Ltd

A biotechnology that specialises in establishing innovative food sustainability solutions

Just Ask Max

Just Ask Max

Fostering digitally healthy families at home, at work and in school.

Mind Body Goals

Mind Body Goals

Helping businesses and individuals boost wellbeing and reduce stress in 5 minutes with their product Luma³ which guides you through science proven conscious breathing techniques. Profits support young people's mental health.

Plastecowood

Plastecowood

Turning mixed plastic waste that would otherwise go to landfill or incineration into Smartawood.

R6 Eco-Engine

R6 Eco-Engine

A zero-carbon generator for heavy-duty electric vehicles, for land, air and sea.

ReCyrcle

ReCyrcle

Solving the problem of packaging waste by introducing advanced waste management systems that follow a circular economic model.

SilviBio

SilviBio

Creating innovative seed and soil treatment technologies that not only use water and fertilisers more productively but also boost seed germination and seedling establishment.

Simplifai Systems Limited

Simplifai Systems Limited

Using artificial intelligence to generate real-time traffic control strategies to solve complex issues that are currently poorly managed.

Soilutions

Soilutions

Specialising in the remediation of contaminated soil and groundwater, restoring brownfield sites.

Swapabee

Swapabee

A circular economy app and intuitive matching algorithm allowing you to swap your old items for new ones 5x more easily than alternatives. We are the Tinder of swaps!

Think Box Therapy

Think Box Therapy

Empowering parents to help their children who are struggling with mental health from their own home.

U-Explore

U-Explore

Inspiring and informing young people to help them understand, develop and evidence their employability credentials.

Veo.

Veo.

UK's most sustainable online shopping destination, showcasing thousands of unique products from hundreds of independent brands across Fashion, Beauty, Food & Home.

About Unreasonable Impact Small Business Initiative

Unreasonable Impact Small Business Initiative is designed to support entrepreneurs focused on solving pressing social and environmental challenges within their local communities. We are working with small businesses dedicated to delivering innovative solutions across healthcare, education, renewable energy, sustainable transport and the future of food — who are creating new jobs as they grow.This pilot programme has been launched as an extension of our broader Unreasonable Impact partnership, which was co-created by Barclays and the Unreasonable Group in 2016. While Unreasonable Impact is focused on scaling up growth-stage companies across the globe, the COVID-19 pandemic has reinforced the importance of also driving local impact and job creation within regional small business communities. Through our 2021 pilot programme, we will support a group of small businesses impacting the North of England, North Wales and Scotland who are solving social and environmental challenges in the region.

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