PeerProjects from Blenheim Chalcot are a series of intimate invite only events to enable senior professionals in NYC to connect and learn from each other; gaining support on key business issues and opportunities across culture, strategy, innovation, and execution. Each PeerProject has a specific theme related to the Future of Work and the Business of Innovation. 

PeerProjects have two formats:

  • PeerTalks
  • PeerWorkshops
Peer Projects


PeerTalks are informal sessions featuring world-leading subject matter experts and thought leaders across disciplines. Attend to stay abreast of market disrupting trends and connect with other senior leaders. 

Each PeerTalk session is approximately 90 minutes long and covers:

  • Speed Introduction
  • Expert Talks
  • Open House Discussion

What to Expect?  

Speed Introductions

Duration 30 Mins

Session kicks off with introductions and speed meetings to connect everyone in the room and seed the beginning of a powerful network of key relationships

Expert Talks

Duration 30 Mins

This part of the session explores the potential transformational changes via presentations, interviews, and storytelling

Open House

Duration 30 Mins

This part of the session enables attendees to access leading thinkers in the field and discuss innovative solutions to prepare their own companies for the speed of change ahead


Blenheim Chalcot's PeerWorkshops are a heavily condensed version of the five-day Design Sprint invented at Google by Jake Knapp, perfected with more than 150 startups at Google Venture (GV), then shared with the world in the bestselling book Sprint.  

The big idea with GV's Design Sprint is to build and test a prototype in five days. The PeerWorkshops at Blenheim Chalcot draw heavily from GV's work on Design Sprints. They are created to enable senior professionals to efficiently collaborate and solve real-world problems in a close team environment. Hosted out of the Blenheim Chalcot office in New York City, each workshop is built around a specific theme raised by one of our Peer Community. Typically, 20 professionals meet, split into groups of 5, then tackle a core business issue and ideate solutions, all within a session duration of less than 2 hours.

How it Works?  

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Before the Workshop

Before the workshop begins, all participants will complete some pre-reading. Materials are shared one week in advance via our Peer Learning Platform (provided by Hive Learning). You will be emailed access instructions by our support team to download and review the content in our mobile or desktop app.

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At the Workshop

On arrival, all participants will need to check in with the workshop support team no later than 15 minutes prior to the start time. Participants will be provided with refreshments before they get to speed-meet their workshop peers.  

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How Might We - Hive App

After the Workshop

Within two weeks of the session, all participants will be asked to share digital 'sticky notes' called "How Might We" in their Hive Learning app group. These notes are very powerful and should suggest solutions to the key questions raised. Instructions on how to add a "How Might We" sticky note are included in the app. Participants are welcome to continue the discussion by responding to the sticky notes posted by their peers.  

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