And you’ve spent 30 seconds in the lift with that friendly person who knows your name but you can’t remember theirs.
Or you’ve been at a company for five years and are about to attend a meeting with people whose names you really should know, but don’t.
The truth is not knowing the names of the people around you is a far more significant hurdle to achieving co-operation than anyone gives it credit for.
We believe knowing people’s names is a foundational element of building healthy social fabric in organisations. We create tools to help organisations do this which, in turn, leads to people feeling more welcome, better oriented and more encouraged to initiate real life interactions.