We focus our energy on creating new ventures from scratch, transforming our ecosystem of Intercorp companies, inspiring our business leaders, and exploring the recently possible.
We’re an energetic group of anthropologists, architects, philosophers and entrepreneurs working side by side with IDEO residents in Peru.
You have experience in service-design related disciplines, with proven concepts implented in the real world. Your strengths are concepting, ideation and prototyping.
Co23: Visual + Service Designer
In Colectivo23, we are looking for a Service Designer to join the founding team and co-design and implement learning experiences for the future digital leaders of Latin America.
FEST Communications Designer
You will be responsible for designing, iterating and implementing the communication strategy for Intercorp’s annual Innovation Festival.
Your background is in social sciences with at least 2 years of experience, and want not only to do qualitative research but also be part of solution creation process.
You have at least 5 years of work experience, and want to move into design thinking and innovation.
Don’t feel like you match any of our job openings but still interested in joining our team? Please reach out to email@example.com
Intercorp’s success in boosting the middle class in Peru depended on the thoughtful design of many artifacts. These carefully designed interventions have made the social transformation of Peru a real possibility rather than an idealistic aspiration.
Here is an example of an organisation that did something very quickly. They built this lab in under a year, that is now having a dramatic effect across one of the biggest companies in South America - Tim Brown
The Lab's ventures range from mindset-changing initiatives, such as curating Peru's largest innovation festival, to deeply transformative endeavours targeted at reinventing the core value propositions of Intercorp's insurance, drugstores, and medical services. It envisions massive cross-organizational transformation.
IDEO was charged with devising a school system, called Innova Schools, that emphasized academic excellence and was affordably priced for members of Peru's middle class. IDEO had previously designed individual parts of systems but had not yet taken on an entire one.