Use collective intelligence to reduce risk for your most important decisions.

Cultivate Forecasts lets you gather internal forecasts using prediction markets and other methods to uncover and quantify ground truth.

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The most informed you've ever been when making decisions.

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Understand consensus

Ongoing predictions get aggregated into one consensus which is often more accurate than any single expert.

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Improve judgment and accountability

Engage teams in making judgement calls on pressing questions and drive accountability for outcomes.

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Improve situational awareness

Where do you have biases? Blind spots? By measuring predictions, you'll understand your organization better than you ever have before.

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The science behind Cultivate Forecasts

Cultivate Forecasts uses prediction markets and other methods proven effective by academic and government-sponsored research we've been a part of.


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Client Examples

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Royal Dutch Shell

How Shell's Global Exploration Group used crowdsourced forecasting to inform drilling and lease sale decisions.

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Twitch

Forecasting changed how projects are managed by ingraining a culture of quantitative predictions and feedback.

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Our professional services team and partners help bring Cultivate Forecasts to life.

For many clients, our technology is part of a new way of working, and we can guide you in the process.

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workshops

Strategy and project planning workshops for kicking off your forecasting project the right way.

training

Executive and employee training sessions on how to be a good forecaster and translating those budding skills to the act of forecasting on our platform.

consulting

Our full service consulting covers forecasting program design, management, and execution - from executive reporting to employee communication and engagement.

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