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At Flowetik, we work with socially responsible leaders wanting to make a difference. Whether you’re an emerging startup, a small business or social venture our job is to help you stand out and achieve. We approach your needs with an insight-driven strategy to build a robust marketing platform that wins your audiences’ attention and grows your brand. These are clients we’re proud to partner with.

Use Technology as force for good

From day one,  Advoqt Technology Group set out to deliver the highest level of service to its clients and to use technology as a force for good in the community. Advoqt offers end-to-end solutions for mid-sized companies and organizations needing technology expertise to grow and transform their businesses for the digital age. They’re also on a mission to help develop multicultural IT professionals by creating social enterprises that are scalable and sustainable: Diversity IT Network and CyberWarrior Academy. Advoqt’s CEO founded the Latino STEM Alliance to inspire underserved youth to pursue careers in STEM.


Help Businesses Transform & Grow

Surfside Capital Advisors is a boutique business management consulting firm that helps clients from small to mid-sized companies make smart decisions that are critical to their business growth and development. Surfside helps leaders efficiently and effectively address strategic business, financial, and operational issues to achieve sustainable advantage and success.


Build Economic Resiliency

Just A Start is a multi-service community development corporation offering a wide variety of housing, programs, and community resources. Just-A-Start’s primary service area is Cambridge, MA, a city where economic growth has created substantial wealth, but this has exacerbated problems accessing affordable housing, which contributes to the economic insecurity of many residents. They are on a mission to counter this trend by helping low- to moderate-income individuals and families build economic resiliency to attain short-term financial stability and long-term upward mobility.


Help people achieve independence

For over 100 years, Goodwill has been dedicated to the social justice mission of serving individuals, families, and communities with the greatest needs by helping people go to work to be able to support themselves and their families. Goodwill annually serves more than 8,000 low-income, unemployed and underemployed adults in its job training and career services programs, and more than 100 young people in its youth services programs. Goodwill is a major employer of individuals with disabilities in the social enterprises it operates.


Make All Schools Better Places to Learn

Teachers across Massachusetts are solving some of the biggest challenges we face in education, but they’re working in relative isolation, facing uphill battles alone, and lacking a way to share the work they’re doing beyond their own classrooms and schools. This is a problem the startup Teacher Collaborative is planning to solve. Their mission: Make all schools better places to learn. The Teacher Collaborative is a community built by teachers for teachers that fosters collaboration, empowers innovation and creates meaningful professional development opportunities for all teachers.


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Center for Artistry and Scholarship

The Center for Artistry and Scholarship fosters and mobilizes creative, arts-immersed schools, where students are making and doing, teachers are asking how and why, and schools are engaged in their community. To execute on its mission the Center offers a range of programs and partners with the Conservatory Lab Charter School that is empowering diverse children as scholars, artists, and leaders through a unique and rigorous academic and music education.


Invest Millions to Create and Retain Jobs

The mission of the Local Enterprise Fund – LEAF is to promote human and economic development by providing financing and development assistance to cooperatives and social purpose ventures that create and save jobs for low-income people. Their focus areas include Small Business Technical Assistance in Boston, Co-Op Businesses and Social Enterprises, and Affordable Housing. Since its founding over 30 years ago, LEAF has invested and leveraged over $106 million, resulting in the creation or retention of more than 7,800 jobs.