Innovation.

Discover and design new perspectives for your future together with Six Fingers.

Innovation begins at the beginning. Otherwise an idea doesn’t have a good foundation. Without a bit of pain, an idea will never become a solution. And won’t resolve the problem that you as an organization are facing. Six Fingers therefore supports you in creating genuine innovation. We look at the pain on the market and among customers and look for inspiration and answers at top organizations in other sectors. This involves us taking you on an expedition to ensure that your idea ultimately is genuinely innovative in practice. And renew your position in the market.

Painstorming.

Reason from the customer's perspective, not from the market. Which problems do your customers face? What pain do they experience? Painstorming always comes before brainstorming: you first have to clarify which problem you want to solve. Let us look at the pain with you, and then help you find an answer.

Branchmarking.

Six Fingers looks much further than just your sector. We understand that there is a lot to learn from other markets as well. And you can use that information to really distinguish your organization from your competitors. Branchmarking helps your company take a big leap forward.

Expedition.

Innovation is necessary. But what does your organization need to become truly innovative? Let us take you on an expedition, with a focus on challenges and learning. We study precisely what will help your company further. In other words: we travel from inward looking to outward looking. This gives you a new vision for the future – your future.

"We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them."

- Albert Einstein

Curious?

Great. We're curious too, about you and your story. We look forward to meeting you and helping you move forward.

Dutch Design Week 2018: how politics and citizens unite?
We are now working on our project to allow citizens to vote again.

When to see: 20 to 28 October 2018

Read more about our collaboration with DDF, designers and Province of Noord-Brabant