Amidst the blockchain hype of 2017, we took a unique and practical approach.
We worked with clients to sprint prototypes, testing viability and proof of concept. We trained them, we empowered them, a week later we left them. Our happy clients now knew what this new tech could do for them.
This story still captures our spirit today. We’re action oriented, we’re do-ers, we target impact on the ground, not big documents and endless engagements.
Our name speaks to a coming together of Tech, People and Culture. Even the hardest, deep rooted social, environmental and business problems can be tackled when these three forces come together.
We are one of a new breed of consultants, putting our head, heart and guts to work for our clients. This means we’re experts in our fields, we work with purpose and we take on even the hardest, most deep rooted problems.
We get on the ground to truly understand.
We think about where tech is used, as much as tech itself.
We’re here to solve problems, not to show we’re clever.
Our docs are short, our thinking practical.
Solve problems then move on.
We don’t want to sustain clients endlessly.
We’re committed to the United Nations 2030 Sustainable Development Goals. We invest our time and energy into the big questions of our age, with a focus on engaging students; over 1,000 of whom, from 58 countries, participated in our 2021 climate event.
With our partners - including The UNDP, UNICEF and OECD - we are helping to build aware, engaged and active communities tackling these issues. See Events for upcoming and past events.
Read about our commitment to Education here.
Meeting with councilmen to celebrate the successful completion of our work with the UN Women
Workshop at UNDP HQ
Workshop with USAID
Overlooking buddhist statues destroyed by the Taliban.