Engage with Us
Elizabeth being congratulated by President Clinton at CGI America
Building a social movement, as complex as the "Experienced Economy" worldwide, requires a highly collaborative approach. The organizations highlighted on the bottom of our home page have helped us raise awareness, build cross-generational programs, connect us to experts in the fields of entrepreneurship and aging and work, and design and implement research. GIEE is a "collaboratory" where our entrepreneurial ecosystem flourishes.
You may partner with us in the following ways:
- Pilot one of our Experience Incubators™ in your organization. Ernst & Young's EMEIA (Europe, Middle East, India and Africa) has designated implementing our cross-generational incubators as one of their top five strategic prioriities for 2016.
- Let us help you create a social action campaign as we did for Participant Media and "The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel" in 2015. Participant Media said ours was one of the most comprehensive, inspiring, and effective campaign they had ever launched.
- Advocacy and Public Policy - we consult with corporations and governments to drive policy to support, sustain and optimize impact for an Experienced Economy locally and globally. Our work with the US Senate is driving significant new policies through the legislative process.
- Quantitative research. There is a dearth of research in this arena and a wealth of opportunities exist to collect, aggregate and publish data-driven studies that will support action locally and globally. We are currently working with Oxford University, Babson College, Washington University, St. Louis and GEM (Global Entrepreneurship Monitor) among others, but there is an urgent need for more initiatives in this unique field.
- Invite us to deliver a compelling and enlightening presentation on the Experienced Economy, including inspiring stories from the trenches. We have received rave reviews from corporations, organizations and governments around the world for our ability to engage stakeholders and stimulate change. Please contact us for specific recommendations and endorsements.