A world that is fair, sustainable, and well isn't just possible—it's a priority.

Our focus

We are a strategy and design company focused on creating effective solutions and measurable outcomes for people, communities, and planet.

We work with non-profits, corporates, and governments around the world, as well as producing our own solutions through sister charity spur:org.

We move the world forward with empathy and insight across the domains of access, health, education, environment, and equity.

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What we're up to

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Starting an exciting new project with BDO New Zealand to overhaul their company values through a co-design process that aims to include all staff across the country.

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Getting into lockdown baking with Toby the GF, double chocolate wombat with peppermint fudge square poo, sugar glass water, and cookie landscape

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Creating a new hub of workplace mental health research and resources for MATES in Construction

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Launching the spur: cookbook—a celebration of the people most important to us and the recipes most important to them

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Helping to co-design Mansfield Shire's Community Vision 2040

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Working with Fairer Victoria to develop an LGBTIQ+ outcomes and evaluation approach

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Settling into our new Brisbane HQ in West End, rainbows included

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Winning a $50k startup grant from Bolter to help us launch our latest mental health platform, Toucan

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Working with a government body to understand how to help workers return work after injury soone

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Welcoming the newest strategist to the spur: family, Trisha Rwagaju

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