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What we did at the Sommet Francophone pour le Changement Social et de Comportement

ThinkPlace at Francophone Social and Behaviour Conference

Can I buy this product?” 

The question came from a woman at the end of my presentation at the Sommet Francophone pour le Changement Social et de Comportement in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire. She was asking about a prototype I had just shown, that we developed for a project in Somalia and Somaliland.  

What we learned from the world-first Africa Social Behaviour Change Conference…

Michael Ngigi and Sarah Mpapuluu

It is the single idea driving so much of the positive impact being achieved across Africa and beyond in the current moment.  

Behaviour change.  

And it is an idea that is at the core of the work ThinkPlace is engaged in from Kenya to Cote D’Ivoire; from Mozambique to South Africa.  

A successful quit-smoking program for young Māori women

ThinkPlace New Zealand's quit-smoking project for young Māori women
New Zealand

Most organisations aren't good at customer research. Here's why.

Customer discovery means asking the right questions
United States

It seems obvious but so many organisations don’t get it right. Why carry out customer discovery? Why do consumer research? 

It’s to ask customers what they want, right? 


ThinkPlace develops world’s first psychometric profiling tool for design behaviours and tendencies


ThinkPlace Australia has been working closely with the Australian National University (ANU) to develop the world’s first psychometric profiling tool for design behaviours and tendencies. This profile is currently being developed in conjunction with the ANU’s TechLauncher program, where top IT students work with businesses to develop their products.

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