They are of crazy ideas. Often misunderstood by their social environment and even businesses, which are usually conservative and risk averse.
They are those who dream unreasonable and unworkable projects and are willing to pursue those dreams with such determination that often become a reality.
They are the people who change and advance the world.
The Unreasonable Institute is an organization aiming to annually bring together the best entrepreneurs from around the world to formally provide, as its mission establishes, “wings with which to realize their projects.”
This brotherhood of entrepreneurs seeks to create a global network to capture the more unreasonable innovators who must meet the condition of having a seemingly workable idea that is applicable to at least one million people and has economic viability. The 50 finalists will start working in the Illogical Market, a site that already has attracted 3,000 sponsors from different countries, in which each candidate must prove his strength by raising at least $ 10,000. The first 20 to get that capital will enter the final program which culminates with the presentation of their project in Silicon Valley to potential investors.
Five principles on which to build a business based on the experience of Richard Branson, whose successes were cemented by the best lesson, failure.
Find a strong niche that differentiates your business from similar companies, have the courage to go forward with your ideas, gain the ability to beat bigger rivals, and finding funds to help the business grow and interconnect, are the keys suggested for those who want to start up their own company, from the man they call the "entrepreneur of entrepreneurs."
Chile offers $ 40 thousand to entrepreneurs to live six months in Chile, raising capital, hiring people, creating and doing business.
The Chilean government announced the 2011 version of the Start-Up Chile program, which in 2010 created 25 groups of entrepreneurs, generating specific results already constituting companies with international impact.