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Who do we support?

We are convinced that the quality of relationships among all stakeholders is critical to any company's success. That is why we support entrepreneurs, founders and investors in collaborating and thus create the necessary conditions for successful businesses. Our intervention design makes use of camps, workshops, coaching methods and our consulting experience.

Business Owners

relating with their executives and staff members.


relating with their investors and co-founders.


relating to their founders and co-investors.

What we do?

1. Empowering Agency

Each project begins with a non-judgmental observation of the situation and a reconciliation of all realities. Only when all perspectives and interests have been addressed, understood and reflected upon, is there an actionable basis for the development of possible next steps towards.

2. Intervention Design

On the basis of our findings, we develop an intervention design with the intention of creating a safe container, in which insights and connections can emerge. Our camps, workshops and coaching are individually tailored to the specific requrements and participants involved.

3. Untapping potentials

Our intervention design assumes that those involved and the relationships amongst each other already carry the potential for change with them. We support the process to identify the best possbile version of your self and create the reqirements to face the future as it emerges for the success of the company.

What's the secret to creating successful business relationships?

What's the secret to creating successful business relationships?

We have often observed business owners, founders and investors spending considerable time and money on creating legally binding contractual agreements before actually embarking on their mutual journey.

Our own pratical experience has led us to believe firmly that the success-determining factors are established as a result of the ongoing collaboration, well before, but especially after any contracts have been signed. These contracts are no doubt useful, but they do tend to distract from the necessity to align and reassess the framework of collaboration, not continuously, but definitely on a regularly basis. Whenever this requirement is not met, conflicts start to smoulder in different places until they merge into a fire, depriving the business from the air it needs to breath. Only when conflicts and differences in opinions are clearly addressed, accepted and processed, can businesses establish the relationships prerequisite for success, both on an individual level and for the venture as a whole.

Successful entrepreneurship requires a high level of awareness from individuals and a keen sense for the quality of relationships.

Magic Questions:

1. What are you not saying that needs to be said?
2. What are you not hearing that’s being said?
3. What are you saying that‘s not being heard?

Jerry Colonna - REBOOT

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