IDEA INCUBATION

With a focus on partnerships and capacity-building, we can create a social enterprise or social business venture for you.  Using a business-minded, entrepreneurial approach, we’ve done everything from setting up a microfinance bank and creating a new financial access model to drafting a business training curriculum.

CONSULTING

From developing an international vision, mission, and brand to operational overhaul, we can help you whether you’re in the planning stages or in the streamlining process.  Organizational development is key to building a solid foundation, and we can help.

CO-CREATION

Knowing where to start can be a debilitating hurdle when it comes to establishing an enterprise.  Given our experience in the fields of business & social impact, we can work alongside you to co-create an enterprise that will consider both financial & social goals.

SPEAKING

We regularly speak on such topics as: foreign aid, microfinance, business development, human trafficking, SME finance, social entrepreneurship, and so on.  If you’d like to request a member of our team to speak at your event, please send us an email.

Daniel Thomae

“Chad Jordan calls us to serve and support rather than act as development dictators.  He offers an easy and engaging read [in Shut Up & Give?] that speaks to everyone from experienced practitioners to enquiring minds.  Jordan’s real life examples and personal stories bring his message to life.”

Daniel Thomae training4changes
Peter Greer

“Chad questions basic assumptions about poverty alleviation and offers hard-won lessons on how to most effectively implement solutions that actually work.  This book [Shut Up & Give?] is forged from personal experiences in places of extreme poverty and thoughtful reflection.  You will be challenged and inspired.”

Peter Greer Hope International
Brooke Ramsay

“He [Jordan] exposes the trickle effect of aid and drives home the point that helping really can hurt sometimes.  It [Shut Up & Give?] is a read that will challenge your concept of ‘charity’ and encourage you towards intentional generosity.”

Brooke Ramsay Ramsay Hill