Outcomes & Impact
We are thrilled to share our first-ever impact report, full of data
and learning from the Global Institute classes of 2010-2014!
Click below to read.
Unreasonable Impact At-A-Glance
7 Institutes so far, 5 in Boulder (Unreasonable Global) and one each in Uganda (Unreasonable East Africa) and Mexico (Unreasonable Mexico). Launching 10 Labs all around the world.
352 mentors supporting our entrepreneurs
603 funders supporting our entrepreneurs
364 partners helping us find great entrepreneurs
Impact from Unreasonable Global Ventures
The rest of the data reported on this page reflects ventures that participated in the Global Institute in Boulder from 2010-2014. We are in the process of collecting data from UMX & UEA and look forward to sharing it soon!
88% still active
80% of entrepreneurs are still with their Unreasonable venture
One Year After Institute // Two Years After Institute
Details on Unreasonable Global Ventures
List details the number of Unreasonable Global Ventures creating impact in each country
Unreasonable Global Ventures by Class
|% that Raised
Feedback on the Unreasonable Experience
Our goal is for 100% of our ventures to report that the Unreasonable Institute profoundly empowered them through each of these key elements of our program. We’re not there yet, but are encouraged that our performance has consistently improved year-over-year as we’ve applied learning and adjusted accordingly.
- 75% of entrepreneurs are still in touch with the mentors introduced to them at the Unreasonable Institute
- 86% of entrepreneurs (and 100% of the class of 2014) report that the skills they learned or practiced at the Institute empowered them to identify and build relationships with new mentors
- 84% of entrepreneurs (and 100% of the class of 2014) report that the skills and resources provided by the Unreasonable Institute empowered them to identify and connect with funders on their own
- 98% of entrepreneurs are still in touch with members of the Unreasonable community
- 95% of entrepreneurs have recommended the Unreasonable Institute to a fellow entrepreneur