Amodigo join the Goldman Sachs business incubator programme
This month Amodigo joined the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses programme.
It comes five years after Amodigo CEO Mike Crofts completed the Goldman Veterans Integration Programme, deciding against a permanent position at Goldman Mike went on to found the Criminal Justice Charity 3Pillars Project. However, 10,000 Small Businesses has been on the horizon for Mike since completing the scheme. Whilst on the GS Veterans Programme and in the process of setting up 3Pillars, Mike met with Charlotte Keenan, Head of Goldman Sachs' office of corporate engagement in EMEA, an
Goldman describe the programme as “An investment to help entrepreneurs create jobs and economic opportunity by providing greater access to education, capital and business support services. 10,000 Small Businesses is funded by Goldman Sachs and the Goldman Sachs Foundation”, it is delivered in partnership with Oxford University at Saїd Business School.
The Goldman scheme offers Amodigo a fantastic opportunity for growth, with its specialist focus on revenue growth, increased employment and supporting companies to access capital and some of the best business education in the world at Oxford’s Saїd Business School.
Amodigo already have a series of fantastic organisational performance enhancing products focused on Leadership and Team performance, team wellbeing and resilience, and developing future leaders. Amodigo are additionally very proud of existing client partners including some top tech firms, online marketplaces and financial services firms.
The whole team are excited to be starting the journey with the support of the Goldman
programme and Saїd Business School. Mike Crofts noted “everyone is aware of the challenging business circumstances at the moment, if we can continue to thrive in these conditions, we believe we will be a company to watch for the future.”
Mike finished on a philosophical note: “the purpose of business is to provide good employment and contribute positively to society, in 12 months time we think people will look at Amodigo and acknowledge that it is a company doing both, and doing them well”.