A Collaborative Approach

The Tribe Project has been shaped and grown through collaboration with several other organisations. Our partners regularly review Tribe and provide feedback, their expertise has helped develop Tribe into a more accessible, more impactful project.

Creating Change Together

We partner with those who are prepared to change the care and support sector - to make it sustainable for its communities. Click on a partner to view more about them.

Bronze Labs
Skills for Care
Carers UK
Public Perspectives
Humanly
Mind
Innovate UK
University of Suffolk
Social Tech Trust
Community Catalysts
Shared Lives Plus
Minut
Fire Angel
Karantis 360
Bronze Labs
Skills for Care
Carers UK
Public Perspectives
Humanly
Mind
Innovate UK
University of Suffolk
Social Tech Trust
Community Catalysts
Shared Lives Plus
Minut
Fire Angel
Karantis 360

Bronze Labs

We are a proven, multi-award winning UK based innovative technologies firm who have a track record for delivering highly skilled, well-thought projects to life that benefit the client, the end user and the world around us.

We are an innovation company with big data at the heart of it. We do not define ourselves as app, software developers or designers, but one that takes those skills onboard to deliver something unique and innovative. Our clients can rely on our vision and strategy to help build something better in a world that’s becoming ever reliant on data and connectivity.

Built with Local Authorities, for Local Authorities

“Tribe is already showing the benefits that can be gained by putting people in control of accessing care from their local community, something that is not achievable through local authorities commissioning care at a large scale. The platform is particularly valuable for those who want access to personalised, local and flexible support. We are excited to see what the future holds as we broaden this approach to other areas of Essex and continue to connect individuals with community micro-enterprises.”

Lisa Wilson

Head of Strategic Commissioning and Policy, ECC