Growth through inclusivity
By using our uniquely developed methods, we conduct surveys adapted to various languages and target groups, hold digital dialogs and pursue communication initiatives with focus on the part of the population many often talk about and not with, minorities.
We also assist various types of organizations with the future-proofing of their organisations and operations by accelerating the pace of innovation and growth – so as to be more resilient to change.
This by implementing an inclusive infrastructure and facilitating leadership. And by that increasing the organisation’s perspective density.
Internal insights/perspective data
We have established that the combination of high Perspective density combined with inclusive leadership results in a tenfold increase in the pace of innovation. Therefore, our aim is to help our clients to quantify their existing perspectives, and to measure the perspectives they lack and require, in order to create the best possible services, products, organization, communication. With that also see growth both regarding employee well being but also from a financial and innovation perspective.
Read more on perspective data here (in Swedish).
We conduct quantitative surveys and dialogs with the Arabic, Persian, Somali, Spanish, Polish and English speaking minority groups in Sweden. Our surveys are adapted to various languages and conducted based on stratified random sampling, and are anonymized and GDPR compliant.
Read more on our surveys here (in Swedish).
With our leading-edge digital expertise, we utilize unique insights and segmentation models to generate measurable campaigns and key findings in order to efficiently reach, include, engage and activate minority groups through social media. That is why we also have a penetration of up to 98 percent of minority groups, such as the Arabic, Somali and Farsi speaking populace in Sweden. This is a first in the Nordic region – an achievement that is unique to our agency. Något vi är unika med i Norden.
Read more on minority groups here (in Swedish).