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At Phase2, we ignite change and share it with the world. Tech Unites Us, Phase2’s social impact program, is part of what makes our agency unique.

 

 

 

We believe Tech Unites Us when it:

    1. Creates opportunity

    2. Solves difficult problems

    3. Improves quality of life

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Our desire to positively impact our communities through our individual and collective energy extends across the country and deep into our own neighborhoods. Tech Unites Us believes that technology is a common thread that can bridge and promote the best in human experience.
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SCORE + TUU: Small Business Resiliency Program

Phase2 teamed up with SCORE, the nation’s largest network of volunteer and expert business mentors, to create a new brand identity for their COVID-19 Small Business Resiliency Program.

 

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The Remote Work Playbook

We've “open sourced” our own playbook that we use to ensure a successful remote work environment at Phase2.

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Our Latest Tech Unites Us Insights

Digital Literacy Challenged And COVID-19

Read our call on fellow business leaders to embrace a service mindset — for the good of our economy and our humanity.

Healthy Communication Dispels Political Tension in the Workplace

People are at their best when they’re allowed to be their full selves and companies are only as strong as the people inside them. 

Knowledge Share The Phase2 Remote Work Playbook

We believe our playbook contains the right tools, resources, strategies and processes that will help you do remote work effectively.

COVID-19: How to Work, Homeschool and Stay Sane

As a homeschool mom who works full time (remote), I’ve found myself an unexpected expert in the science and art of balancing work and homeschool. Here are helpful tips for working parents.

Celebrating Women In Tech

At Phase2, women make up 41 percent of our employees. Read how each of them described their experiences in this industry, and what they would like to see in the future.  

The Future Is Now & Its Mostly Accessible Blog Post

For someone with motor disabilities such as quadriplegia or ALS, Voice Control is a game changer. This technology was developed for these users in mind, but it’s gaining widespread acceptance.