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Wikistrat is the world’s first crowdsourced consultancy. It leverages a global network of subject-matter experts via a patent pending crowdsourcing methodology to provide insights unavailable anywhere else. This online network offers a uniquely powerful and unprecedented strategic consulting service: the internet’s only central intelligence exchange for strategic analysis and forecasting. These ideas and insights are delivered, for the first time, on a real-time, interactive platform. Our network of hundreds of experts follow our scenario-driven crowdsourced policy planning methodology to generate unique intelligence products.

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Wikistrat Predicted Russian Support for Anti-Shale ActivistsJune 22, 2014

In a 2012 crowdsourced simulation, Wikistrat’s analysts predicted Russia would support environmentalists in Europe to prevent the development of a shale gas industry there. This week, NATO’s secretary general said the country is doing just that. Speaking at a think-tank in London, NATO’s chief Anders Fogh Rasmussen said Russia was behind attempts to discredit shale […]


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Increased Submarine Deployments Could Heighten Tension in South China SeaJune 13, 2014

Wikistrat’s analysts are currently crowdsourcing the drivers of “Heightened Tensions in the East and South China Seas” and forecasting a range of scenarios for the region’s future by the year 2020. One of the scenarios identified additional submarine deployments to the region as a potential parameter of instability. A summary is provided here. Earlier this […]


That [Wikistrat] could out-forecast the world’s leading intelligence agencies seems almost farcical. But it is an eye-opening example of yet another way that crowdsourcing is upending conventional wisdom. – Aaron Stanley, Financial Times
Wikistrat’s successes illustrate how a diverse community can provide credible insights into global events, outperforming […] traditional consulting firms. –Dennis Mitzner, InformationWeek
Wikistrat gave us a way of seeing our biases […] We’re predominantly ex-military males, and by the time we get into authority positions we’re quite similar. – Dick Bedford, branch head of strategic engagement at the Allied Command Transformation division of NATO