2003 - Today.
25-year sales professional Richard Gibson decided to create a fun, quick company, with people who’d seen it all.
Two years in, Redvespa became the specialists in business analysis, the go-to group of humble experts.
Redvespa brought the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA) to New Zealand, involved for ten years in growing the BA profession.
Redvespa developed and launched The BA Kit: a framework and methodology to arm the wider business analysis industry.
Redvespa’s Auckland office opened, filling an industry need in the Auckland market.
A not-so-small win, Redvespa was named 2010 Best Small Workplace, by JRA Best Workplaces Awards.
A natural officiation, Sarah Gibson became Redvespa’s first CEO. New values and goals were formed by the full company.
Agile principles lead the way of working for Redvespa’s internal strategy, underpinned by a social purpose.
Māori kākahu, Ira Tāne and Ira Wahine, were woven for Redvespa, embodying the Māori philosophy of manaakitanga and care, and reflecting our weaving of people and knowledge.
Following the move of a key consultant, Redvespa opened its Christchurch office.
Redvespa is recognised with the Small-Medium Organisation EX gong in Humankind's 2018 Employee Experience Awards.
Our Auckland and Wellington kākahu are joined by Mana Atua, a kahu huruhuru crafted by Te Rehia Matthews for our Christchurch office.
A team of 100+ consultants, proudly on the AoG consulting services panel, we work with large commercial companies through to innovative startups.