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Edgeryders

Research and consulting services based on an online community. People "at the edge" of society are over-represented, because they tend to be more innovative.

Research and consulting services based on an online community. People "at the edge" of society are over-represented, because they tend to be more innovative.

A community of changemakers is already working on your problem

Whatever your problem, chances are someone is already working on a solution. Smart communities are arising everywhere, working on hard problems from climate change to resilience building, from care provision to change management. Through us you can find them and engage them. We call this open consulting and we think it is superior to conventional consultancy models when entangled, “wicked” problems are involved.

We are a company living in symbiosis with an online community of thousands of hackers, activists, radical thinkers and doers, and just normal people that want to make a difference. The company started in 2013 as a spin-off of a Council of Europe project. It both serves the community and uses its collective smarts to power its own activities.

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- WeMake

Edgeryders is based in Estonia and has been running since Mar 2013

research climate change Collective intelligence ethnography consulting resilience economic development Climate-KIC

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