The wired world needs – urgently – safe places to talk about the things we’re most passionate about.
At Pax, we’ve worked for more than 20 years with groups of people who care strongly about an issue – the impacts of mining, wind farms, forest logging, you name it – but who struggle to find ways to agree on what they’re all fired up about.
We’ve garnered international recognition for successfully applying excellent large group conflict resolution and negotiation processes to sort out these messes and get shared and supported outcomes.
What we’re doing now is building technology that brings people together – safely, functionally, conveniently – at a meaningful scale to bring about objectively-informed change.
With this effective and large-scale “voice” comes data. With data comes informed action.
Today’s big problems – in society as well as in the communities within large organisations – demand a rethink about how we live together. And that begins with how we talk.
At Pax, we’ve taken what we know is needed for people to talk freely and productively, and applied technology to turn those online conversations in to deep and reliable insight.
Change lasts when it’s founded on wide participation and reliable insight.
We built a platform so that we could bring the best of good group problem-solving processes to the wickedest problems, so that we can bring our clever Homo sapiens pre-frontal cortex to bear on our reptilian limbic system.
It’s our customers who will provide the building blocks for the Pax vision. We’ll change their worlds – and the world – one conversation at a time.