• We believe in the work 3.0 revolution: a new paradigm where the traditional way we recognize the work (made of cubicles, time cards, pay checks, hierarchical levels of management and casual Fridays) is coming to an end.
  • We believe that the technological, social and demographic breakthroughs which have made the competition "global" will cause another major shift in the next few decades. This time not amongst competing companies but rather within the organisations themselves, in their internal culture, in the way they manage their talents.
  • We believe that the millennials, the new generation of workers, will make their mark in a new and completely unexpected way, asking for a flexible lifestyle and the possibility of doing what they really want and what they are good at.
  • We believe that, in the freelance economy, flexibility and readiness to change are axioms of the contemporary competitive and social dynamics, and neither companies nor workers can ignore this new reality anymore.
  • We believe that the brightest strategies are implemented successfully only when bringing together the best specialists.
  • We believe that it is compelling the necessity of conciliating the needs of innovative companies with an emerging group of global talents.