We are incredibly excited to announce that, off the back of work conducted with select members of The Sense Network, our client (and fellow
This week we’re proud to introduce Diana; a Hamburg-based, Bulgarian-born artist, illustrator and architecture pro who’s work drawing
Humankind has always had their faces turned towards the stars. The art of astrology has been floating around human culture since the Babylonians
Derek Sivers demonstrates how your first follower has the power to unleash the force of a community of fans.
How do you define the future of your business? Inspire growth? Disrupt a category? Outsmart your competition? Have impact? Not from behind a
This week we’re introducing Ciaran Thapar; a youth worker, writer and commentator based in South London. Read his about his creative
by Jeremy Brown Last week I immersed myself in the mind expanding world of the Fast Company Innovation Festival in New York. I wanted to get a
This week we’re introducing Senser Susan Schell; jewellery designer, hand model, editor, professional multi-tasker, foodie and yogi.
Newsletters. Are they good? Deposits of electronic knowledge delivered to you wherever you are? Or are they bad? Jamming up your inbox and
Last week saw the HQ team join long time Sensers, Hortense Koster and Ryan Tjin, as they co-hosted the first Sense Supper Club in Amsterdam. From
Our team make a point of meeting, and having conversations, with members of The Sense Network in person all over the world. It allows us to
Introducing Jeffrey Abramson; an LA based experience maker, trail junkie and spy-turned-researcher…
Food. We can’t live without it. And the cultivation of food has shaped our civilisations since before anyone can remember (apparently, the
Introducing Senser Ollie Walker; a South African video journalist and surfer living in Sri Lanka.
Plastic is the current super villain in the global sustainability war. And people are sitting up and starting to take action. Just a few weeks
This month we saw Sense Supper Clubs hit Los Angeles for the first time. Organised by host extraordinaire, Jeffrey Abramson, this edition saw the
Introducing Senser Bhumika Bhatia; a roaming, surfing photographer just trying to create her kinda normal in this odd world.
Recently, we wrote a piece on the rise of the Side Hustle and its role in the future of self-fulfilment. We spoke about how more and more people
Introducing Senser Aaron Roque Pinto, a Nerd overlord and purveyor of kittens (but he also go by kidsquidy).
By Neil Cooper, Director Why Handling Ambiguity Is An Essential Skill Getting good at handling ambiguity helps you deal with an ambiguous world.
Hipsters, Red Bull and Aeron chairs were all nearly killed by mainstream consumers. Read more about culture and the mainstream here. New ideas
By Emma Skipper, Associate Director “Side-hustle is a word on the move, and we are watching it. Although the precise definition of this
Procrastination. We’ve all done it, so don’t look guiltily away from the screen. But did you know that your procrastination could be unlocking
For scale-ups, designers, planners, brand innovators, strategists, and consultants. We have created better, faster and more affordable
By Alex Rückheim, Cultural Strategist The Sense Network is a global talent platform that incubates ideas. Members can be found in over 1,000
Peter Mayes: A self professed ‘ageing-gigger’, drone pilot, passionate educator and permanent inventor from the UK
by Neil Cooper, Director NYC A Sense Shout Out is a tool we have developed to tap into the creative intelligence of our ‘Sensers’ in The Sense Network.
Non-Sensical is making a comeback! And we’re so happy about it. To start us off, the team have all selected an article that has tickled their
By Courtney McLauchlan, Consultant One might think that a science lab and an innovation agency have little in common, but many are surprised at
Senser Stories is an interview series of just that; stories from The Sense Network, our Sensers.
In the last 6 months we have completed 20 engagements with the Sense Network. Looking back at the last 15 plus years since the Network’s
Today we’ve got a guest post from Senser Gemma Milne as she reflects on the cyclical identity crisis often associated with being part of
Last week the whole Sense team were together in London. We gathered for the Sense Supperclub and took the opportunity during the week to review
Last week saw Sense Supper Clubs return for 2018 and we were joined by 18 members of The Sense Network to eat, drink and be merry sharing and
You heard us, Supper Clubs are back for 2018 and this year we’re on a mission; to kick-start as many global collaborations as possible
This is the final instalment in our Art of Interviewing series. Today we conclude on what happens after the interview has taken place.
This is Part 3 of our Art of Interviewing series. Today we focus on what happens during the interview itself. You’ve found a great participant,
Fail to prepare, prepare to fail. The interview starts before you’ve asked your first question and thorough planning is key.
Are you starting your journey as an interviewer? Would you like to learn how to conduct great interviews? Are you a seasoned interviewer? Would
Let’s set the scene. We currently live in a world where nearly 1/3rd of all food produced is wasted (that’s 1.3 billion tonnes
By Eve Marx (Communications Assistant) This week we attended a brilliant Maven events about working to create a job you love, with some great
This December we headed out into East London with High Spirit Founders, Josh & John Okungbaiye, to give you a head start on 2018 and get
We’ve all been sharing our reading lists in our own little book club so we thought we’d share the joy. The holiday season is nearly
Been there. Seen it. Now we’ve done it. Towards the end of 2015 it was clear that the innovation consulting space had become more crowded and
Finding great people is one of the hardest tasks any business goes through. For a small, tight-knit company like Sense Worldwide it’s not too
We’ve been lusting over great design this week and it’s prompted a hunt for beautiful buildings. It’s brilliant design on the
This week our Associate Director Emma head over the the How To Academy to listen to MIT professor Max Tegmark talk about his new AI book Life
As you may know, we’ve been sharing our London HQ with the cool guys from High Spirit.
Come and join us in London this October!
Today we’re diving into the bubble dimension, one that focuses specifically on the second definition you can see above.
Two things we’re dead cert on. First, it’s our job to discover and nurture ideas within this network. Second? We should all enjoy the benefits of
By Eve Marx This August, I was lucky enough to be invited by the Scottish Storytelling Centre as an artist in residency for their exhibition,
It’s September tomorrow and it’s scaring the bejeezus out of us… Luckily for us we have VERY exciting month planned ahead here
At Sense Worldwide we believe collaboration is the fastest way to make the world a better place.
The skills of research have never been in greater demand but the people called on, and the methods used, to generate insight are changing
Last week we returned home to London for our second Sense Supper Club of the summer.
The Art of Creating 10 Creatives. 5 Vegetables. 1 Designer Dungeon. Sense Supper Clubs are a live experiment. We are seeking to better
This week we hit Barcelona to launch Sense Supper Club. Continuing our mission to generate more creative collaboration around the globe, we took
Sense Worldwide believes that collaboration is the fastest way to make the world a better place. To demonstrate the value of collaboration for
The concept of transparency has grown into a mainstream instrument of business to create a more authentic connection with consumers. By
3-D Diversity: Why progressive brands see workforce diversity as a competitive advantage not a compliance issue.
Workforce diversity has become a hot topic over the last few years. Minority groups are still shockingly underrepresented, and companies’ HR
Just as marketers are trying to come to terms with big data, the world’s most sophisticated financial minds are finding creative ways to escape
Western consumers have changed over the last five years. Once, the middle classes looked down on value brands as cheap and inferior. Now
Jacky Parsons, our Director of Research, spoke on one of our favourite topics at this year’s ESOMAR conference in Nice: extreme consumers.
The Sense Network is our global community of smart and articulate individuals that share their collective wisdom to help make things
How do you transform your sales conversation? By defining your company’s purpose. Brand purpose has been big in consumer companies for
We were lucky enough to be featured in the Financial Times in a piece about extreme consumers. Here’s the full article by Alicia Clegg.
The Sense Network is our global community of smart and articulate individuals that share their collective wisdom to help make things better and
We’ve learnt a fair bit about how to innovate over the years. If you’re in an organisation and it’s your job to head up
The Weekly Nonsensical
#TGIF… or that’s what most of the politicians in Paris are thinking at the moment. We on the other hand have had a stellar week. From
It’s been a big week for, you know, the world. Trump’s about to meet Putin, they reckon they’ve found our what happened to
It’s the last Friday of June and that means that tomorrow is not only July… but it’s also a Saturday and that makes us VERY happy.