Entrepreneurs Unplugged: Daniel Epstein, Unreasonable Group and Eric Glustrom, Watson University

Tags: Entrepreneurship

Silicon Flatirons presents Daniel Epstein and Eric Glustrom as our featured entrepreneurs with Brad Bernthal as the moderator.

Entrepreneurs Unplugged attracts star entrepreneurs who share candid stories and insights in an engaging and infor­mal setting. The unplugged series serves as a meeting place for campus and community members to gather and learn about en­trepreneurship through the experiences of a successful entrepreneur.

Daniel Epstein, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Unreasonable Group
Daniel’s life has been shaped by a fundamental belief that entrepreneurship is the answer to nearly all the issues we face today. By the time he received his undergraduate degree in philosophy, he’d already started three companies. In 2012 he was recognized by Inc. Magazine as a “30 under 30 entrepreneur” and by Forbes as one of the “top 30 most impactful entrepreneurs” of the year. In 2013, he received the prestigious “Entrepreneur of the World” award along with Richard Branson at the Global Entrepreneurship Forum. Today, this passion for entrepreneurship and startups has led to the creation of Unreasonable Group. The vision of Unreasonable Group is to create a collective family of companies that will, together, put a dent on the seemingly intractable social and environmental challenges of this century. Daniel believes in militant transparency and truthfulness in his everyday life and in all of the projects he is part of. He also has an overt love for his hometown of Boulder, Colorado and for his dog, Kaya.

Eric Glustrom, Founder, Watson University; Founder, Educate!
Eric Glustrom is the founder of Watson U and Educate! – two organizations transforming education worldwide. Watson is a new university model based in Boulder, Colorado dedicated to supporting next generation innovators, leaders, and social entrepreneurs to solve the toughest challenges facing the world.  Educate! currently reaches 240,000 students across Uganda and Rwanda through a mentorship based, leadership and entrepreneurship program that has significantly influenced the national curriculum and exam of Uganda and Rwanda.  Recognized as an Ashoka fellow, Echoing Green fellow, and one of Forbes 30 social entrepreneurs under 30, Eric’s work is driven by a simple belief: to solve the toughest challenges facing humanity, the place to start is within the hearts and minds of the next generation.

If you need any accommodations, such as an ASL interpreter, CART, or alternate format versions of printed materials, please contact Susanna Weller at Susanna.Weller@colorado.edu or (303) 492-5442, and we will gladly make any necessary arrangements.

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