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

Cultivate Forecasts lets you gather internal forecasts to uncover ground truth and measure your forecast accuracy.

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


Understand consensus

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


Improve judgment and accountability

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


Improve situational awareness

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


The science behind Cultivate Forecasts

Cultivate Forecasts uses several types of forecasting methods like prediction markets and probability elicitation proven effective by academic and government-sponsored research we've been a part of.

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Client Examples

Royal Dutch Shell

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

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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 to set up a new program that is engaging and valuable for your teams and decision makers.

professional workshop

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


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.


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

The latest thinking from our blog about crowd forecasting

By Henry Tolchard

Crowd Forecasting and Effective Altruism

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By Adam Siegel

Assessing the credibility of a crowd forecast

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