We are an award winning team. We work closely with our clients, their customers, supply chains and commercial communities to quickly define challenges and co-create solutions using proven results focussed methods.
We work with pace and sometimes from within the organisation embedding expert professionals as part of a clients team.
SOME OF OUR RECENT PROJECTS...
Needless to say we are delighted to have the opportunity to work on 'hard problems' and 'big opportunities' with great people, teams and brands. This is just a cross section of our recent works in diverse sectors and industries.
we work with
& great brands
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& great brands
Our work has received recognition with awards for both impact on innovation culture and practical results achieved.
In November 2016, +ADD won the GEM Partnerships award for most impact on corporate innovation culture. The team delivered 14 projects in 12 months with substantial impact across the national utility organisation.
This year a sensor analytics technology developed on a Hackathon delivered by +ADD Strategy has recently gone on to achieve national recognition and win industry awards having been rolled out across an asset infrastructure of £4 billion. See our news for more information
WaterAid APP. Challenge
ADD are supporting an initiative to design a working mobile app which simplifies and provides an incentive for volunteer hygiene promoters to working in under developed and remote parts of the world!
£1000 in prizes available to young participants. The challenge is open to 13-19 UK residents. Free licenses for Nutshell are available which means you don't even have to have coding skills!
The +ADD team are have been support a major event in the Utilities industry. The event itself was held at Newcastle Racecourse in July and saw a wide range of Utilities, supply chain companies and communities collaborating to solve major issues and explore opportunities together such as Leakage, Flooding and others.
Our work included supporting a hackathon, developing and delivering a major sprint, launching and delivering two national STEM competitions for young people.
Over the week we engaged over 240 participants in our initiatives including 62 companies, 7 schools and recruitment of 2 sponsors a range of high profile industry and public sector leaders.
We also facilitated a forum on barriers to innovation for a national body.
Our work saw creation of diverse human focussed solutions to reduce network leakage ranging from integrated sensors and deployment systems, map informatics for prioritising works, new 'lab in a box' field analytics tools and even consumer facing awareness and engagement programmes.
Following the success of the event we are now we are working with the NWG team to progress concepts and prototypes established in the initiative. We are also continuing to work on a host of other innovation programmes.
An article profiling the thriving NE Creative economy has highlighted our story.