Empowering innovation is the change that unlocks new value inside your organisation and helps you reach new heights.

For Middel & Partners a better working world means solving complex industry issues and capitalising on opportunities to help deliver outcomes that grow, optimise and protect our clients’ businesses. The biggest challenge to innovation however, is not to generate new ideas and opportunities. In short, it encapsulates how to make innovation a deeply embedded capability in your organisation.

Haste is waste and our immediate reaction to an idea, situation, opportunity or even something like the pandemic, could lead to failure. There are thousands of new ideas surfacing daily owing to the vibrant stimulating world around us. However, finding and selecting the best ideas can prove to be challenging.  This necessitates a structured journey when it comes to creating solutions for any organisation. Solutions need to be innovative and should be crafted to address your overall innovation assignment (the Why, Who, Where, What, When and Which of your innovation journey).

Who Benefits?

Companies that want to:


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

Experienced in multiple sectors

Various proven methodologies geared towards your needs

The tool and platforms

Hundreds of interventions locally and globally

Online and in person

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.