Technology and business models to change the way people think about society and their environment

Boston Consulting Group say that ‘Companies adding Total Societal Impact (TSI) strategy to Total Shareholder Return (TSR) leverage their core business to contribute to society in a way that enhances TSR.’

The cited examples show profit margin gains of between 3% and 19%.

Essentially, companies will make more money while benefitting society and the environment.

What are we doing?

We are building three pieces of software using blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies, second-generation AI, and online ecosystems for the benefit of all. We will make these communities directly financially beneficial for our members.

How are we doing it?

This operating system for business change integrates all stakeholders into sector-specific supply chains, which save costs; increase transparency; and reduce friction.

Total Societal Impact is built into all the business models because adopting TSI, in conjunction with TSR, is a way for business and finance to contribute to a more sustainable world with increased margins.

The double bottom line!

So what?

Economies have largely shut down due to COVID-19.

Businesses have reduced revenue and people have been working from home, with an expectation that these changes will stay with us. 

Organisations and people have to be more ‘fluid’, and business needs to be aware of a good social impact profile, which is the new ‘trend’.

We are all looking for something new

There is a general consensus that we need to change!

This is how we will do it:

  • Business models need to be built into ecosystems, which reduce the length of supply chains.

  • Organisations will be able to anticipate and react faster to market changes. ‘The competitive asset is people and how fast they learn.’ BCG

  • People need to understand how to continuously adapt their competencies.

  • Financial stakeholders need tools to measure intangible assets, social impact and financial data.

  • We need to move from ‘concessional’ social donations to ‘sustainable’ commercial investment for societal impact to be effective.




We are building a Quantum Data Engine (QDE) to measure both people’s and business’ performances. 

Individuals will learn free and the results will be retained in competency profiles.

Companies will be able to use our tools to measure the intangible aspects of their business,  reducing the cost of recruitment by 70% and developing better  cultures. The  measurement of these intangible  elements will increase the value of the balance sheet and enable them to manage people remotely.


Social impact investment is growing exponentially, with roughly $24 Trillion invested currently.

‘It is widely accepted that businesses investing in financial as well as non-financial goals perform better.’ (BCG).

Despite this, there is currently no quantitative measurement for this investment sector.

We will be able to gather data and provide measurements of the social impact and financial data supporting better investment in this sector.

Collating the  internal and external performance figures gives a total TSI picture for all stakeholders.


The global real estate industry is worth more than  $217 trillion.

Property is a traditional industry but recent research suggests a decline in growth and a shift to crypto assets.

The lack of liquidity in the property market makes the market inefficient and disenfranchises an increasing number of people.

We are building tools, personal financial apps, and a cryptocurrency with blockchain technology to tokenise property assets making them more fluid. These efficiencies will lower financial barriers, creating new classes of investors.


“Tether Theory” states that ‘an organisation dies because it loses the ability to react creatively to its environment.’
The creativity that allowed it to gain market-momentum is ‘killed’ in the development process as systems replace innovative thinking.

fluidCulture defines ways of working (fluidProcess) and managing workflows (fluidProject). The flexible thinking, which gave the organisation success in its startup phase, is nurtured.

fluidCulture is the way to create self – managed remote working teams online!


Wim Froon

Wim Froon

Property Guru

At the age of 6, Wim wanted to create a knowledge exchange process, from seniors to juniors.

He has had to wait until now to achieve this. He was completely self-taught, having left school at the age of 16 to go to the US in 1978 to discover the world. By the age of 28, he was managing six hundred staff.

Then, as CEO of INTERVAL INTERNATIONAL from 1988-2002, he managed global development in 65 countries with  1,600 employees.

Now he’s using his management experience, knowledge of finance and his passion for creating communities for learning and social development, to improve the world.

Chris Heron

Chris Heron


Chris is a passionate social reformer and creative business modeler.

He lost interest in school at 16 but, thanks to a successful rugby career, he was lucky to find an understanding company that employed him!

He learned his business skills practically and later by lecturing in a business school in Cambridge, UK.

The mix of his divergent thinking skills, business skills, knowledge of technology, and passion for equality make him the ideal disrupter through breaking new wave technology and business models. He is interested in disrupting markets to bring about a fairer world with new technology and business models!

Steve Cushing

Steve Cushing


Steve is an addicted lifelong learner, author, teacher, education consultant, and DJ. With over 800 education books published, Steve has been involved in writing curriculum, assessment programs and educational TV programs around the world. Recently he has been designing and developing QDE, our data engine.

He is also an acknowledged expert in psychometrics and cognitive science, and he has worked on large-scale projects on assessment, skills development, and curriculum development in the UK, USA, and Gibraltar.

His job title is ’42’ because he is the answer to everything!


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