We have fresh views. Actually, it is more than that. We look at the world around us with wonder and curiosity. At a world where large organisations and institutions are facing new challenges and social transitions. A world that demands innovation.
We work for organisations that are eager for the fresh view of entrepreneurial talent. You can come to us with questions about developing learning programs and change processes. Questions about reaching modern consumers, employees and students. Or questions regarding serious gaming, process optimisation, talent development and (labour market) communication. A lot of questions, but the common thread is that with all of these challenges, a fresh perspective can be of tremendous help.
Accelerator for entrepreneurship
We want to stimulate young entrepreneurship. At Fresh Forces we give young talent the opportunity to make their entrepreneurial dream come true. How it works? Fresh Forces (our employees) work for our clients from Monday to Thursday. On Fridays, they invest in themselves by working on their personal development and entrepreneurship. The FRS training programme we have set up helps Fresh Forces to further develop themselves through training, education and coaching. Also, we work on business development and we constantly look for opportunities to innovate.
The next (entrepreneurial) step
After three and a half years, it is time for the next step. That step can be made inside or outside Fresh Forces. Some realise their entrepreneurial dream by launching their own business, while others continue within Fresh Forces as ‘Bliktrekkers’ (team leads), or as a Fresh Professional on a specific expertise.
How our model works
Most organisations, work with departments or teams. At Fresh Forces we work with cells (Blikken in Dutch). This is sort of a miniature business. Every cell has its own Bliktrekker (team lead), Fresh Professional (subject matter expert) and a couple of Fresh Forces (project managers). Together, they are responsible for innovation and business development. This way of working was inspired by Eckart’s Notes (go and read it!).