We believe in a distributed world.
That's why we help companies from all around the world to manage their business from anywhere.
We are a consulting company.
We help to transition businesses to a flexible distributed company that can grow beyond limits and enter new markets anywhere.
Limited by location? Can't grow beyond your limits?
IF YOU HAVE LOW MARGINS
You are an agency or a creative business and you are working below 10% margin rate because your overhead costs are too high or you can't sell your services on a higher rate.
A distributed company model can help you to retain higher margins and market your services globally on a higher rate.
IF YOUR GROWTH IS LIMITED
You are an active business in your market and can find great clients around you. But you also limited by that location. You are struggling to find clients outside your region and / or find new talent to work for you.
A distributed company model can help you to grow beyond your limits and find new clients and talent around the globe.
IF YOU ARE JUST STARTING OUT
You are a startup or sole entrepreneur and just about to launch your business or product. Building your foundation is hard -- distributed business models and team structures can get you forward. We worked with several startups with distributed teams and saw the flaws and benefits as well.
Launching your global product needs a global business and a global team.
We help companies to:
Map out new opportunities in order to achieve higher margins and lower costs
Win, retain and grow new clients and team members without geographical limitations
Step up as a global company with a global team
With a distributed business:
You will have a flexible setup which gives you competitive edge
You will have a creative culture that helps you to deliver cutting edge service
You will be more efficient and can sustain higher margins
We share our knowledge and results publicly. Learn how other companies transformed their business through distributed business models and how can you can do it too.
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