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Daniel Epstein (photo: US Embassy)

Daniel Epstein (photo: US Embassy)

Social Entrepreneur Daniel Epstein will be in Madrid on the 11th and 12th of June

Daniel Epstein’s passion for entrepreneurship and startups lead to the creation of Unreasonable Group. The mission of Unreasonable Group is to create a collective of companies that together can face considerable social and environmental challenges that so far have been unapproachable. In 2012 he was recognized by Inc. Magazine as one of the featured 30 Under 30 Entrepreneurs and in Forbs as one of the top 30 most impactful entrepreneurs. 

Thursday, June 11th Daniel Epstein will be in Madrid and participate in an open conference organized by the Embassy and Teamlabs. There will then be a presentation of the projects promoted this year from the community of entrepreneurs at Teamlabs. First, two teams of entrepreneurs will present Masteryourself, a graduate studies program where they have just returned from learning trips to China, India and San Francisco. Afterwards they will present the entrepreneurs who achieved the LEINN degree, the only official degree that exists in Spain for entrepreneurship that originated in Finland and that Teamlabs brought to Barcelona and Madrid.

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Day: Thursday, June 11th, 2015
Time: 5pm to 7:30pm
Location: Espacio Teamlabs@UtopicUs (c/Colegiata, 9. Madrid).

Free entry upon registration on Eventbrite-
Available Seats: 120
Duration: Two and a half hours

Friday, June 12th Daniel Epstein will participate in a meeting with entrepreneurs organized by the Embassy and FreeLand Studio to discuss his “Unreasonable Projects” (

Date: Friday June 12th
Time: 10:30am to 12:00pm
Location: FreeLand Studio (c/ Gandía 1, Madrid)
Free entry upon registration on Eventbrite
Available Seats: 30

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