If you’ve worked with Hurren & Hope before, you’ll know our ‘people over profits’ ethos isn’t just something that sounds good in presentations, it’s the guiding principle the company was founded upon. In fact, our pioneering approach to ‘Human Dynamics’ has very much grown out of this core belief.
Doing some good in the world is a fundamental value shared by the Hurren & Hope team as well as our extended network of top-tier business advisors and mentors.
We have a wide range of roles in Cleantech, Agri-Tech, cloud infrastructure, software engineering, AI & machine learning, IoT, robotics & data science.
The Planet team are supported by a top table of global experts and influencers who drive the Sustainable Development Goals set by the United Nations in 2015, building great teams, progressive strategies, and effective engagements. People & Technology are critical to achieving the 17 SDGs.
Innovation driven by Start-ups, Scale-ups and Re-starts are much needed to achieve the ambitious goals set in the ‘decade of action’. Process, knowledge & wisdom all play a part in making these a success!learn more
H&H Academy is our way of ensuring our team and your team are the best they can possibly be. Our structured programmes are designed to embed an ‘always learning’ approach into the core of your company culture.enquire now
Ambitious plans set by the United Nations must come into reality during the decade of action (2020-2030). Technology is not the silver bullet, but it will increase productivity and insight whilst reducing emissions and waste at a scale we could never have achieved before.
Achieving optimal results requires careful consideration and expertise. Putting the right people in the right place at the right time is essential in a fast-paced environment.read more
With climate change being described by the World Health Organisation as ‘this century’s biggest threat to health’ business leaders are at the fore of reducing death rates.
Embracing technology and innovation will be a key player in reducing risk to humans both now and for future generations.
With forecasts suggesting that our agricultural production needs to at least double by 2050 the use of technology and innovation is rapidly evolving in the plight to reduce mass food shortages.
The use of AI, Robotics, bio-tech and sensors are showing great promise in playing their part in meeting the increased demands for agricultural production.
Even in 2021, there are nearly a billion people without reliable access to affordable power. With demands increasing globally, technology is already proving invaluable in this race.
AI, IoT, Blockchain and battery technology are bringing cleaner energy, improve efficiency and reduce costs to the global markets.
Fast-track the global goals
Our cleantech super-humans are here to help, whether you’re a candidate looking for your dream role or an employer seeking the perfect fit – get in touch today!