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"I'd rather have an economy built on ideas and creativity rather than routine."

Kevin Kelly, Wired

We founded Utopia with the belief there is a better way to do business. One driven by creativity, empathy and innovation.   

But why now? Because business is not working and we need to end the obsession with productivity and efficiency. It’s time to re-wire businesses from fixed, siloed, sluggish hierarchies that produce little, to organic, diverse, agile, clusters of outcome focused makers and shippers.

When faced with the rise of the machine, creativity is our only competitive advantage.    

Welcome to the Age of Creativity.


“The most exciting breakthroughs of the 21st century will not occur because of technology, but because of an expanding concept of what it means to be human.”

John Naisbitt

Utopia rewires businesses by delivering consultancy across Five verticals:

· Creative Leadership: equip leaders to use models and techniques of creativity to drive competitive advantage

· Creative Culture: embed creative techniques and models across the organisation to deliver agile, outcome focussed, proactive behaviour.

· Diversity and Inclusion: build teams that provide diversity of thought creating genuinely unique ideas, products and services.

· Innovation: engrain innovation techniques within the organisation to enable innovation thinking and outcomes across the business.

· Purpose: ensure business purposes are relevant for the age of creativity and embed them within the hearts of minds of employees.

"I am convinced of one thing - that in the future, talent, more than capital, will represent the critical factor of production."

Klaus Schwab, World Economic Forum

Delivering measurable and impactful outcomes to businesses:

- Satisfied, diverse and loyal staff

- Alignment and belief in the corporation

- Leadership and corporate culture equipped to deliver creative thinking
  and products and services to market rapidly

- Product and service growth

- New product and service rapid innovation

Kindness and good nature unite men more effectually and with greater strength than any agreements whatsoever, since thereby the engagements of men’s hearts become stronger than the bond and obligation of words.
— Thomas More, Utopia