Lawrence Chong, CEO and Co-founder of Consulus Global (headquartered in Singapore) was featured together with many protagonists of EoC from all around the world, including Lorna Tevan (EdC Ireland/ Climate Change); Bettina Gonzalez, CEO and Founder of Boomeran Viajes, a company that develops eco and sustainable tourism; Steve Azeumo, from Central Africa EdC; Teresa Ganzón, Director of Bangko Kabayan, a rural bank in Philippines; John Mundell – CEO of Mundell & Associates, an environment consultancy in USA; Ernesto Figueredo, co-founder of GESTAR, a consultancy that helps entrepreneurs to raise up businesses in Cuba.
Consulus, founded in Singapore in 2004, is a global innovation consultancy firm, present in nine countries, and with clients including multinationals such as Sony. “We are a society that helps companies define their identity,” said Chong.
Chong is also a speaker and an opinion leader. Consulus applies the UNITY methodology (patented by them) as a method for innovation. The partners are of different ages and beliefs, but all want to capture the foundations of their business identity in a document that begins with these words: “As members of Consulus declare that unity based on reciprocal love is a priority, as well as sharing the properties, justice and equal opportunities. We intend to be humble with one another and to be open to providence. These principles will also apply to the future.”