🎆Regional nodes & entities

Greaterthan is a remote-first collective, with members scattered across the globe. Therefore we have always aimed to find flexible structures that can meet the needs of people in many locations, while also creating regional entities when deemed necessary.

Greaterthan currently operates through the following legal entities:

When, why and how do we create additional Greaterthan entities?

For us, legal structures are a means to an end and should not be drivers of how to organize and govern our collective. Therefore we apply the principle of only creating new legal entities when there is a clear and strong need for them (rather than anticipating the need or having the wish for a certain governance). Some of the reasons for creating a country specific entity may be having a critical mass of active members or clients in one location, running a large amount of in-person activities (events, retreats) in one place that require VAT registration, or gaining access to grant and funding opportunities.

The creation of a new entity is considered a significant decision, and thus the creation of the entity in New Zealand and adoption of the German association were decided on Loomio by consent with Greaterthan partners and associates.

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