Welcome to the Creative Age 

 

A storm is coming.

A recent report by the World Economic Forum called The Future of Jobs predicts that by 2020 creativity will be among the top three skills workers will need, up from 10th in 2015. Most people are unprepared. But we're here to help. 

We offer a groundbreaking set of science-based tools to enhance your ability to generate and develop creative ideas in your work and life.

 

Learn more

 

TO LEARN MORE EMAil info@creato-online.com or CALL US ON 07407 235 471

 

Clients

 

We've worked with a number of leading global companies, including:

Dr. Bloomfield in the Media

 

What People Say

 

"A transformative class during which I inverted my approach to problem-solving and surprised myself by generating exciting ideas through an intriguing and thoroughly enjoyable process."

- Claire Bennett, Guardian Masterclass attendee

 

 

"I particularly liked the format of the masterclass, including the interactive and unique exercises we took part in. I have certainly transferred these techniques to my approach to daily activities that require creative thinking."

- Guardian Masterclass attendee

 

“I loved the principle of what you teach. Really cool to suggest these different ways of thinking to almost try and trick the mind away from heuristic based, rule-governed and narrow-minded thinking into outside-of-the-box thought.”

- Sam Sheppard, IBM science consultant

 

“Friendly, open, encouraging.”

“Very enriching.”

“A new language to think about creativity.”

- UK IBM team members

 

“I felt really on fire with how it was making my brain come up with things … it just forces your brain to work in a different direction.”

Lela-Kate Lewis, fashion designer

 

“The mind sort of starts to click out into a different dimension.”

Rex Truter, creative producer, Cape Town, SA

 

 “I think it’s woken up a corner of my brain I didn’t know existed. It's almost magical." 

Sandy Garfield, company director

 

“I was I think quite surprised by how I felt … I really feel that my mind is more flexible.”

Judith Roberts, chemist