Capitalise on opportunities that deliver outcomes that grow, optimise and protect your business.

Acknowledged as one of the world’s most inspiring accountants (if you can ever believe that Chartered Accountants can be innovative), we’ve taken up a more active role, as the co-pilot for our client’s businesses in terms of innovating the way people think, act, plan and most importantly, change their business and business strategy for the future. Innovation is a necessity, and businesses can’t survive on the pure thought of incremental improvement.


Our approach is based on the premise that innovation is the art of making hard things easy, whilst moving through a structured innovation process, which allows you to turn threat into opportunity.


Looking towards your business’ future competitiveness, and perhaps even its very survival is embedding innovation within your DNA. For most companies, no matter the industry, innovation can be very difficult to achieve as it is part strategy and part execution; part human and part technical; part creativity and part methodology. Clearly, this is why applying a proven innovation methodology will be the key to your success.

Who Benefits?

Large Companies that:


Innovate their organisations, profit models, configuration, products and services, structure, customer experience, brand, platform and channels


Train employees on how to innovate (create a culture of innovation)

Why us?

Global network of innovation facilitators

Various proven methodologies geared towards your needs

Transparent tools and platforms

A track record of interventions globally

Online and in person facilitation

The right approach and tools for the job

Concrete business cases as deliverables

Hennie Krige

Chartered Accountant since 2020 and Associate director of Pretoria East Branch since March 2022. With experience in the field of auditing, assurance, tax, advisory and forensic accounting, he’s been involved with a wide variety of locally owned audit clients operating in a range of economic sectors including co-operative banking, retail, manufacturing, and non- profit organisations.