We exist to help organizations and governments improve stakeholder engagement and build better stakeholder relationships. We’re on a mission to build a legacy through a software product that promotes social good.
We’ve been around since 2008, so we know that working in stakeholder engagement and Indigenous relations means facing many time-consuming and often complex tasks. Our aim is to simplify stakeholder engagement and consultation management for all.
Being the fastest and easiest Stakeholder Relationship Management (SRM) platform on the planet is a constant mission. We’re committed to continuously improving Jambo to ensure we can always help you achieve your stakeholder engagement goals. We also promise to remain uncomplicated, yet powerful.
When you become a Jambo customer, you join a community of like-minded stakeholder engagement professionals that want to do great work. You can rest assured that Jambo is always being worked on to ensure it scales and grows…just like your goals.
Stakeholder engagement is more than a legal requirement or a way to gain approval for a project; it's an opportunity to build positive stakeholder relationships and make a meaningful change. We’re committed to fostering meaningful change with both our platform and through our corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives.
Our name Jambo (jam-bo!) is a Swahili greeting similar in meaning to the English word "Hello." We chose this name because all consultation starts with "Hello," but the meaning and connection also runs much deeper for our entire team.
In 2019, we officially joined the Pledge 1% global movement with the commitment to give back 1% of profit to the charitable organization, Classrooms for Africa. Classrooms for Africa provides direct assistance to communities in disadvantaged areas of Sub-Saharan Africa that want to build classrooms and other school buildings like dormitories and kitchens.
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