Entrepreneurs who want to change the world have got to be a little crazy. At least that’s what they think at the Unreasonable Institute.Their name derives from the George Bernard Shaw quote, “All progress depends on the unreasonable man.”
“Welcome to the age of the spreadsheet humanitarian. The central idea of the Unreasonable Institute is that profit-making businesses can sometimes succeed where their nonprofit counterparts might falter. Mr. Epstein, 25, and a serial entrepreneur, says the Unreasonable Institute wants people who are willing to think big, even when skeptics scoff.”
Check out the full article featured in the New York Times.
Each year they unite 25 entrepreneurs for a 6 week program in Boulder so they can meet, learn, and get their world changing ideas off the ground with the networking and capital they need. Learn more about how they do this at their official site.