In this powerful Unreasonable Fireside Chat, Thread founder and CEO Ian Rosenberger sits down with Unreasonable CEO Daniel Epstein to talk about his experience in Haiti following the 2010 earthquake. His experiences in the country led him to an epiphany about what it really means to be poor and ultimately to the founding of Thread, a company that turns trash into fabric and employs thousands of people along the way.
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Scott McElroy is the Director of Video Production at Unreasonable. He is passionate about creating media that inspires people to give a damn.
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