Digital photography. Penicillin. Radar. Kleenex. Law of Gravity.  

What we now call Kleenex evolved from crepe paper initially used as a gas mask filter. Sir Isaac Newton was inspired to create his law of universal gravitation during the Black Death pandemic. The Cold War was a driving force in the creation of digital photography. WWII gave us penicillin and radar. All share a common theme: a time of crisis is a strong driver of creativity and innovation.

COVID-19 has transformed how we live, work, and relate to our world, and the ability to adapt, innovate, and engage through a crisis is more critical than ever. We at Suuchi Inc are no different. We have a laser focus on innovation, hunger for growth, and are always looking to challenge each other to do better, be better, and never be satisfied with the status quo. These values stretch across every aspect of our daily work schedules, albeit through Zoom as opposed to across a conference room table. Teams interact and challenge each other over morning kickoff calls and strategy sessions, and bond during virtual team Happy Hours. Through the GRID, we have positioned ourselves to be ready for a post-pandemic world, one in which emerging technology is crucial. 

 It is no coincidence that we are also in the midst of a 4th industrial revolution- one that is driving our world towards technology-driven change. Through our company’s powers of brilliant human minds, next-gen technology, and always adhering to our company values such as excellence through adaptability, hunger for growth, and innovation, we are truly #SuuchiStrong. 

“It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent. It is the one that is most adaptable to change.” – Charles Darwin

Written by Aviva Vizel

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