Tiago Dalvi’s company is called Solidarium. It takes small artisans in Brazil and attempts to open up larger markets for them. His biggest deal was partnering with Walmart in Brazil, which allowed his clients to increase their revenues by a factor of 10.
But Walmart in Brazil is small potatoes compared to Walmart in America. And while at the Unreasonable Institute, Dalvi had a chance to truly scale his business: by making these homemade Brazilian goods available on Walmart.com. Massively expanding your business is good on paper, but can Dalvi figure out a way to actually make it work in real life?
This is the latest video in The Unreasonables, a series tracking the participants in the most recent Unreasonable Institute. To see what’s coming up, watch a preview of the whole season and see a list of all the episodes here.