Unreasonable East Africa Giving East African entrepreneurs solving our biggest social + environmental problems the knowledge, resources and tools to maximize their impact!
Accelerator / Incubator
Unreasonable East Africa gives an “unreasonable advantage” to entrepreneurs creating solutions to the East Africa’s biggest social and environmental problems. These entrepreneurs aim to make an outsized impact, often with a tiny amount of resources; they have bold visions, but they face tough odds. To give them an unreasonable advantage to beat these odds, we bring these entrepreneurs together to live under the same roof for 5 weeks, where they connect with world class mentors, are surrounded by a dense concentration of capital sources and are backed by lasting global network of support.
PROGRAM DETAILS AND REQUIREMENTS
You come into the Institute with a plan for growing your company. We will help you hone that plan and swarm you with the resources and relationships you need to give it momentum. In the short-term, we will help execute a plan to grow your venture to profitability. This means strengthening your business foundation, finding mentors and advisors to guide you, and preparing you to raise funding. In the long-term, you become part of the global Unreasonable network for life and receive on-going support services to help you as you reach profitability and scale your venture!
APPLICATIONS FOR OUR CLASS OF 2015 ARE CLOSED.
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SUPPORTING VENTURES IN THESE SECTORS
- Arts, Culture, Handicrafts
- Civic Participation
- Clean and Green Technology
- Communications / Media / ICT
- Disaster Recovery
- Distribution / Supply Chain
- Employment, Livelihood, Income Generation
- Enterprise Development, SME
- Environment, Climate Change
- Fair Trade, Organic Products
- Financial Serv./Inclusion, Microfinance
- Food and Nutrition
- Housing, Shelter, Homelessness
- Natural Resources / Conservation
- Peace and Security
- Sanitation, Waste Management
- Training, Technical Assistance Services
- Web, SaaS, Online Tech
- Women, Girls
supporting ventures in these regions
- Subsaharan Africa
TYPES OF COMPANIES ACCEPTED
- For Profit