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Unreasonable Angels Angel group that invests in ventures that go through Unreasonable Institute programs.

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OVERVIEW

Description

ABOUT: These are a group of the angels who believe that given the right support, entrepreneurs and their ventures can achieve earth-bending impact and tackle some of the greatest social and environmental challenges of our time. These angels are directly connected to Unreasonable Institute ventures and the entrepreneurs and teams leading them, their boards, and a hundred other co- & follow on- investors.

ENTREPRENEURS CAN APPLY: To get funding from an Unreasonable Angel you must apply to and be accepted to one of the Unreasonable Institute programs. Unreasonable Angels make independent decisions in how they invest. If you are a venture there is not need to try to contact us via Enable Impact. To be considered for funding from Unreasonable Angels you must apply to attend an Unreasonable Institute program (which you can find in the programs search).

ANGEL'S CAN JOIN: If you are interested in learning more about or becoming an Unreasonable Angel, please email sara@unreasonableinstitute.org

FUNDING TYPES AND CRITERIA

Provides direct investment

INVESTMENT RANGE:

$5,000 - $100,000

INTERESTED IN THESE SECTORS

Agriculture; Arts, Culture, Handicrafts; Civic Participation; Clean and Green Technology; Communications / Media / ICT; Disabilities; Disaster Recovery; Distribution / Supply Chain; Education; Employment, Livelihood, Income Generation; Energy; Enterprise Development, SME; Environment, Climate Change; Fair Trade, Organic Products; Financial Serv./Inclusion, Microfinance; Food and Nutrition; Health; Housing, Shelter, Homelessness; Mobile; Natural Resources / Conservation; Peace and Security; Sanitation, Waste Management; Tech; Training, Technical Assistance Services; Water; Web, SaaS, Online Tech; Women, Girls

Stages

  • 2) Idea
  • 3) Prototype/ Pilot
  • 4) Early Customer Traction, Revenue
  • 5) Starting to See Strong Revenue Traction
  • 6) Solidifying Operations
  • 7) Rapid Growth

social vs. financial return preference

  • 3: Balanced

Types of entities

  • For Profit
  • Non-Profit
  • Hybrid
  • Other

providing funding for these regions

  • US, Canada
  • Latin America
  • Europe
  • Middle East / North Africa
  • Subsaharan Africa
  • India
  • Southeast Asia
  • Central Asia
  • Oceania
  • Global

funding types

  • Grants / Donations
  • Debt
  • Rev Share / Quasi Equity
  • Convertible
  • Equity
  • Other

DEALS

TEAM MEMBERS

Team

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SARA RODRIGUEZ LOPEZ

My goal at UI is to get our ventures funded by helping each of them design a custom plan to get funding ready and by building strong relationships with funders

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TYLER HARTUNG

I work to grow ventures that do good as the COO at Unreasonable Institute and founder of Enable Impact.

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