If you want more innovation, productivity & diversity, your teams need to Speak Tech.




Non-technical teams learn how to Speak Tech



Innovation speeds up 



Collaboration, co-creation & diversity 


If you want more innovative, productive & happier teams, then talk to us about bespoke programs.

  • Is your team ready for digital transformation?
  • Or is technology secretly seen as a complicated mystery?

If it is the latter, the good news is that core tech concepts don't have to be hard or boring to learn. 

To succeed in today's innovation economy, non-technical professionals don't need to learn to code. Instead, they need to know how tech products like apps, sites and algorithms get made, and who does what on a tech team. 

With this knowledge your team can be active and excited participants in your digital transformation.

Samantha Constance,

Assistant Director, Career Development:


Sophia provided insights on how to effectively work in the tech business without having a tech background, touching on product management, front-end vs. back-end development, user experience design and testing, and analytics.

She was a wonderful presenter providing actionable and motivating tips for fellow UChicago alumni.

We loved working with Sophia!


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Check out what our clients say


As an investor in technology, I find Sophia’s insights and advice very useful, as well as time-saving, helping filter the relevant aspects. Thank you!

-Ali Jetha, Chicago Booth MBA & investor


Sophia has a talent for explaining complicated tech concepts with simple words. Her own experience gives non-digital native people like me some hope that we can also play roles in the new Digital Era.

-Irina Klokova, Management consultant


Sophia Matveeva 's knowledge is outstanding and I encourage anyone to seek out her advice.

-Juan Pablo Regidor, Head of Innovation

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"Information technology and business are becoming inextricably interwoven.

I don't think anybody can talk meaningfully about one without talking about the other."


Bill Gates