Turning autism into an asset, reinventing how politicians and their constituents interact, and empowering women and girls by fighting harassment and helping them stay in school were all on the docket for our 2014 accelerator. We also continued to add new levels of support for our ventures. We launched our Unreasonable Financial Architects program, where we bring on MBA students to help ventures building defendable financial models and accounting practices, at this accelerator.
Photos courtesy of Yellow Leaf Hammocks, a 2014 Unreasonable Global venture breaking the cycle of extreme poverty through sustainable job creation.
We welcomed our first ventures from Russia, Egypt (x2), and Solvenia.