Quite Uncommon

Why We Exist

to convene communities

to inspire innovation

and to build technology

(that matters)

What We Do

We help build, test and launch ideas into the world by convening communities, developing technology and inspiring innovation.

Our best work is done at the intersection of visionaries, change makers and passionate explorers.

We call it growth hacking.

Our Partners

We partner with industry leaders, such as Hope Media Group, KLove/Air1 Radio, Gloo, World Vision, Leadership Network, IEEE, Mission Aviation Fellowship, Wycliffe/SIL, Arab World Media, Frontier Ventures, Cru, Intervarsity, Al Jazeera Media, Clorox, Code for America, as well as Small Businesses, NGOs and Startups, to help demonstrate the business case for innovation, identify new market opportunities, develop new products and services, improve communication and decision making, and most importantly, create memorable experiences that intentionally engage communities to envision a better world.

Our Services

We provide a range of insights, management consulting, innovation strategy and facilitation services including:

Understand Insights, Market Research and Assessment, Competitive Analysis, Proof of Concept Studies, Data Analysis, Archetypes, Scenario Planning, Trends Analysis, Horizon Scanning, Ethnographic Studies, Policy Analysis

Inspire Mission and Vision Clarity, Pitch Development, Project Formulation, Start-Up Consulting, Partnership Development, Roadmapping, Foresight, Keynote Speaking, Leadership Development, Skills Assessments

Launch Innovation Strategy Development, Business Plan Development, Technology Development, Design, Operational Support, Project Management, Strategic Communications

Convene Mass Collaborations, Hackathons, Collaboration Facilitation, Visual Facilitation, Community Development and Management

Our Work

2022 We co-founded Kurio Collective, a local faith-based incubator for startups and businesses. We partnered with Christian Music Broadcasters to facilitate their Gold Member Gathering to explore innovation in Christian media. We collaborated with WayFind, a visual facilitation consultancy and woman-owned small business, to guide a cross-functional team through a vision and strategy development process for a client's enterprise IT applications.

2021 We worked with The Grow Center to launch an online course based on the Futures Framework. We collaborated with Hope Media Group to build a next-generation strategy and convene a community to drive the Future of Media. We held a workshop for the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association exploring the future of publishing post-COVID and applying the Futures Framework.

2020 We collaborated with Moody Publishers to publish our first book What Comes Next?, a guide for christian leaders who aspire to shape the future in an ever-changing world. We continued to champion Cru as Indigitous #Hack grew to 56 cities around the world and we worked with Faithtech and Kingdom Code to host a global church hackathon COVID Hack to build solutions to support the church during the global pandemic.

2019 We worked with KLOVE and Air1 to provide an innovation assessment and next-generation strategy to help transition the ministry to a leader in digital media. In the mean time, Indigitous #Hack continued to grow!

2018 We partnered with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship and mission organizations from around the world like Mission Aviation Fellowship, Wycliffe/SIL, Arab World Media, Frontier Ventures and Service Reef, to convene students for #Hack4Missions at the Urbana Student Missions Conference.

2017 We expanded Indigitous #Hack to 42 cities in 24 countries, collaborating with digital missionaries at FaithTech and KingdomCode.

2017 We partnered with IEEE to host Hack for Health, a global competition for technical solutions to urban health challenges, at the United Nations World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS).

2016 We partnered with Cru to launch Indigitous #Hack, a global faith-based mass collaboration, convening missional technologists who build stuff that matters.

2016 We led the planning for World Mandate, a conference for world changers, bringing together students, artists, teachers, business people and missionaries.

2015 We partnered with the Leadership Network on the Code for the Kingdom hackathon, scaling it to 13 cities.

2014 We hosted #Hack4Missions, the first ever missional hackathon in partnership with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship at Urbana Student Missions Conference.

2013 We helped bring this approach to local communities, starting the National Day of Civic Hacking with the White House and Code for America.

2012 We founded the International Space Apps Challenge which has engaged 200,000+ explorers over the first 10 years and continues today.

2008 We collaborated with tech leaders to form, scale and operationalize Random Hacks of Kindnesss. Today, we have experience planning thousands of hackathons, including the largest collaborations in the world.

Irrational Generosity

We value irrational generosity in all that we do and have the opportunity to serve on a number of strategic teams, leadership councils and advisory boards including with Indigitous at Cru, Antioch Community Church, Clear Creek Community Church, Kurio Collective and Geeks Without Bounds.

Hear Us Speak

You can find us regularly at places like SxSW and TEDx speaking about Open Innovation, Digital Transformation, Global Collaboration, Inspiring Innovation and the intersection of our Faith & Work

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