When innovation is happening this fast, the work itself needs to changeNew growth. Driven teams. Delighted customers.
We believe that everyone has the potential to transform ideas into world changing businesses.
But it takes courage to feel comfortable with risk and uncertainty.
Having worked with startups for nearly a decade, we’ve seen time and time again that it’s this feeling that paralyses both entrepreneurs and large organisations when they should be acting.
We want to unblock this paralysis by sharing everything we have learned.
Pollenizer helps entrepreneurs and large companies all over the world grow successful businesses with Startup Science®.
We’re more than a consultancy. We partner with businesses to improve their culture into one which celebrates entrepreneurship so that innovation comes from within.
Our incubation programs, events, online courseware and expert coaching challenge people and businesses to take entrepreneurial leaps, all the while supported by the Startup Science® methodology, giving their ideas the best chance of success.
Our Startup Science® programs are the trigger for a new, entrepreneurial way of working.
We use simple yet powerful tools to remove the barriers of excessive planning, and encourage action.
Pollenizer mentors are in the trenches with you. We help build a culture of collaboration which encourages everyone to problem solve together. Lessons are learned quickly, as momentum builds.
In the background, we measure the pace of innovation by tracking metrics that capture how fast teams are learning and gaining momentum, and how well our programs are delivering results for our clients.
People we work with
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