Join Futurist and Author, Steve Sammartino, and Creative Director, Tommy McCubbin, in your next Innovation Workshop: Future Sandwich Sessions.
Steve is one of Australia's top innovation speakers, and Author of The Great Fragmentation, and The Lessons School Forgot.
Tommy has hosted innovation workshops and hackathons for some of Australia's biggest companies, creating dozens of revenue generating ideas.
Each session is specifically designed to meet your business objectives, aiming to shift the thinking of your team, and result in solutions they can own and execute.
Email us to discuss a solution that suits you and your business today.
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A history of proven commercial results
News Corp Hackathon
We joined News Corp to hack solutions for advertising and media's biggest problems. We took the data sets of one of the biggest media agencies in the country and tried to come up with something new. The winning idea was Emote, technology that can target people with media based on how they feel at that moment.
ME Bank Life & Loan Calculator
We knew there was an opportunity to improve mortgage calculators, so we threw the challenge into a hackathon of developers, designers, planners and creatives, and out of that, came the Life&Loan calculator. It is the first mortgage calculator to start with questions around your lifestyle, not your budget.
Fearless Smart Watch App
After a string of violent crimes against women in Australia, we hosted a hackathon to help minimise the threat women felt walking the streets at night. The result was the smart watch app, Fearless. With one tap, users can send a beacon to contacts, alerting them of their location, and begin recording audio in real-time.
iSelect Shoot, Send & Save
Every health insurance customer was copping an increase in their rates in April 2016. We wanted to create a moment out of when their letter arrived with their new rate, and prompt them to find a better deal on iSelect. We created a whole new channel in MMS, and guided iSelect through the process internally, as well as the comms to promote the new service. Thousands of people responded, creating enormous untapped revenue for iSelect.