In a nutshell: we support multi-partner initiatives that advance economic and social development.

Our aim at InfinitySquared is to design initiatives that help advance our clients’ long term strategic objectives, while simultaneously improving social outcomes. We do this by identifying overlaps in market opportunities and social trends in order to develop non-traditional solutions to traditional business questions while meeting community development objectives, improving social services and opening new economic opportunities. Our initiatives enhance corporate operating environments, strengthen civil society efforts/nonprofit objectives, and national development targets.

This is, of course, no small task, which is why we provide a range of tools and services that allow our client partners the space and foundation to come together to better solve problems shared by multiple entities. In addition to advising on existing collaborations and multi-partner initiatives, we work with our clients to identify and act on opportunities to achieve their goals through strategic partnerships.

We will work with any person, organization, business, government, or other entity which is committed to advancing their objectives through collective gain. Because of our unique perspective and non-preferential stance, we enable organizations to come together where they otherwise wouldn’t. In doing so, we frequently act as a third party program champion and management hub in order to mitigate organizational changes and synchronize the efforts of multiple partners.

Some conversation starters  include:

  • How can we capture emergent opportunities?
  • How can we mitigate risks (social, political, environmental, legal, etc)?
  • How can we leverage the insight, capacity, or relationships of non-business, non-governmental actors?
  • How can we align philanthropic and or other corporate social responsibility functions to strengthen related business activities?
  • How can we gain trust in new or rapidly growing markets?
  • How can we productively involve decision makers?
  • How can we engage key stakeholders (employees, governments, suppliers, civil society, academia etc)?
  • How can we incubate new business models and solution services?
  • How can we decrease reliance on outside funders or investors?
  • How can we increase resilience in spite of volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous conditions?
  • How can we leverage partnerships to share costs, risks, and benefits?