Astia was founded in Silicon Valley in 1999 as a non-profit organization dedicated to identifying and promoting best-in-class women high-growth entrepreneurs. It is transforming the way businesses are funded in the here and now, providing capital, connections, and guidance that fuel the growth of highly innovative, women-led ventures around the globe. They have recently had a number of investment successes and want to build on them to further their charitable objectives and build the number of successful women entrepreneurs. Continue reading
We’ve been working with West Sussex County Council’s domestic abuse, community safety and youth services over the last year on a Hidden Insights® learning programme. This was funded by a grant from the Proceeds of Crime fund. This has helped people in the services look at what they do with new eyes, and realise that they can help their clients more effectively despite declining resources.
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Hidden Insights® only works well if people on the frontline and/or in the community generate, and take responsibility for analysing, quantitative and qualitative data to track progress and achievement. This means that the measuring the impact of a project is an integral part of the Hidden Insights process. However the skills and practices required to identify, collect, analyse and present data can be new to people. They might even be counter-cultural or raise fears of being judged.
Following the launch of Hidden Insights(R) to the UK, we’ve been covered by Sales Initiative Magazine. This publication features in-depth analysis of sales strategies and methodologies and Hidden Insights(R) is a proven tool for helping increase sales.
You can see the Merck & Co., Inc case study here.