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Who is Indigo for?

Indigo creates bespoke platforms to help any organisation transform their people into a connected, cohesive community. We find this works best for businesses, corporations and employers with 100+ staff members. You could be:

  • The Team Leader for a small to medium-sized enterprise.
  • An HR Manager for a business or enterprise.
  • A Learning and Development specialist working within larger organisations.
  • A community manager or in another role centred around coordinating a team.

However, the platform was designed to connect communities for the purpose of mutual learning and development, which means it can be used in lots of other areas aside from a workplace setting. If you work for a training organisation or education provider we’d love to hear from you, too.

Is Indigo an app?

Indigo platforms are accessible via a web application that can be integrated with whichever existing tech infrastructures you already have in place.

The decision to keep the platform web-based, rather than opt for the traditional app format, was intentional. When your people log into Indigo, we want it to feel like an existing extension of your organisation’s online presence – this means keeping your branding the same, using the language of your organisation and not requiring users to log in to an entirely separate application.

A key aspect of community building is helping your people feel like they belong, which is why syncing Indigo platforms with the brand presence your people are already familiar with is so important to us.

Do you provide the mentors?

Indigo was designed to facilitate internal mentoring, collaboration and communication – we don’t provide external mentors.

Whilst external consultancy can be useful in some instances, we believe the best way to foster a community mindset and build relationships within your organisation is to give your people the tools to help each other. That way, you get all of the benefits of mentoring support (professional and personal development, upskilling and increased engagement) whilst also building your company’s culture in a meaningful way.


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