Resonate and Horasis announce global partnership

By Sebastian Castro February 6, 2020

This week Resonate, the non-profit organization that aims to better connect individuals, and Horasis, the international think tank, announced their global collaboration, looking to create positive economic impact for communities and charities.

The collaboration’s aim is to inspire future generations of community leaders.

Angela Beardsley, Founder at Resonate, has been working with Horasis Chairman Dr. Frank-Jürgen Richter since last year to bring the idea forward.

Angela Beardsley

Said Angela, “For the last year, Resonate and Horasis have been developing this project around three main aims; to combine the skills and experience of many of the participants at this year’s Horasis Global Meeting ensuring their dedication sees positive economic results on the ground; to ensure that our Clackmannanshire communities benefit from increased economic opportunities and to share the stories of innovative community leadership from across the globe.”

Horasis is the culmination of Founder and Chairman Dr. Frank-Jürgen Richter‘s years of service in counseling leaders in business, politics, academia, and religion. The organization hosts annual summits where high-profile leaders work to identify globally relevant issues along with interdisciplinary solutions.

The collaboration comes following a year of discussions on the challenges of grassroots communities to drive inclusive economic growth.

Angela founded Resonate to better enable individuals to connect, develop, and tackle issues via a whole-systems approach, deploying the diversity of the community.

“We are very glad to enter this partnership with Resonate – together we have an opportunity to inspire the future of community leadership and the future of our planet,” said Dr. Richter, who founded Horasis in 2005.

“Powered by Resonate, this global collaboration project will accelerate and scale up quickly.”

The launch announcement video is available on Resonate’s Facebook.

Featured photo of Horasis Chairman Dr. Frank-Jürgen Richter