At the beginning, it was the intuition that something different could be born. An open organization that shines thanks to the real contribution of everyone. They told us that it couldn’t be done, but that didn’t stop us, and Cocoon, day after day, became the space in which to meet incredible people, feed meaningful projects, get excited, have fun, and dance together with an entire ecosystem to build a better work future.
When the seed was planted, I chose to be part of the journey without asking myself questions. Then the seed grew into a large tree that shaded us with its foliage, supported us with its strong branches, taught us to see opportunities in a small bud, showed us the art of listening. It required attention and care when the weather was less favorable and gave us tasty fruits that nourished us and made us grow. He asked us for water to thrive.
Out here is a medlar that my grandfather planted for me. It was a seed, and today it is a beautiful plant. This, for me, is Cocoon: a living organism that has been growing for 10 years thanks to many people who take care of it with love.