Smalle Technologies takes part in “Unreasonable at sea” event in Barcelona

2018-08-14T09:17:39+00:00 April 26th, 2013|

Unreasonable at Sea is a Stanford University experiment, in which 11 innovative projects with a relevant social impact are incubated for 106 days by 20 top-level mentors.

What makes it extraordinary is that this incubation process takes place on a boat, on a voyage around the world that takes them to 13 countries. Stanford University students also take part in the trip. The voyage began on January 9, 2013 in San Diego, and has finished on April 26, in Barcelona, the only European city selected for the trip. Some of the more notable mentors include Nobel Prize Winner Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Megan Smith (VicePresident at Google), Cathy Rodgers (Vice President Global Business Development at IBM ) and Pascal Finette (Director of Innovation Group at Mozilla), among others.

Smalle Technologies was invited to take part in the event organised by Unreasonable at Sea in Barcelona, because its project shared similar features with the other projects participating in the initiative.