Our story


  • Kimiya's beginnings


    Kimiya Tactics was created in 2013 to bridge the gap between small individual sustainable projects and the exponential impact of medium and large business aligning with community, local economies and land restoration.

  • Sacha Bernal Coates


    As Founder, Sacha Bernal Coates takes on the position of Strategic Designer, building on his operational and corporate experience in Starwood Hotels & Resorts, where he participated in the development of Six Sigma, Lean and Blue Ocean Strategies, obtaining substantial profit increases for the company as well as contributing in multiple global projects for the organization. His collaboration with Strategy Regeneration, exposes him to other industries while further spreading the use of Blue Ocean Strategy amongst the larger corporations and allowing him to liaise with an international team of innovators and game changers as well as professors from INSEAD in France. His passion for nature, puts him through a Permaculture Design Course which plants the seeds to create Kimiya Tactics and become a catalyst for business change in the era of new economics and social innovation. Sacha holds a Diploma in Hotel Management and Administration from HOSTA, Leysin, Switzerland.

  • Kerry Wolters


    Kerry Wolters, partner, started as a financial analyst in investment banking for Kleinwort Benson in the City of London, and subsequently in charge of the Latin American petrochemical segment. After a tenure to enjoy motherhood, she returned to the workforce as a teacher and continued growing with more recent studies in Permaculture and Local Community Transition movements. She combines business realism with practical restoration and a holistic vision of the work environment. Her belief – land restoration is a necessity. Her vision – that it is possible to take small steps at a time to combine healthy ecosystems with good business practice. Kerry holds a joint degree in Economics and Hispanic Philology from the University of Nottingham.

  • Our vision


    Through combining our skills and the management of our own permaculture project, we have seen that nature is constantly changing, innovating and reinventing itself and that each form of life is supported by unique guilds, intricately intertwined in a collaborative dance of coexistence and balanced symbiosis with all living beings and our ever changing climate.
    Business should be no different.

  • The challenge


    Extractive, resource depleting and competitive business practices are not sustainable creators of value. To be a positive influence on our ecosystem, as the most advanced species on the planet, business paradigms must change towards a regenerative and collaborative model.


Our story


  • Kimiya's beginnings


    Kimiya Tactics was created in 2013 to bridge the gap between small individual sustainable projects and the exponential impact of medium and large business aligning with community, local economies and land restoration.

  • Sacha Bernal Coates


    As Founder, Sacha Bernal Coates takes on the position of Strategic Designer, building on his operational and corporate experience in Starwood Hotels & Resorts, where he participated in the development of Six Sigma, Lean and Blue Ocean Strategies, obtaining substantial profit increases for the company as well as contributing in multiple global projects for the organization. His collaboration with Strategy Regeneration, exposes him to other industries while further spreading the use of Blue Ocean Strategy amongst the larger corporations and allowing him to liaise with an international team of innovators and game changers as well as professors from INSEAD in France. His passion for nature, puts him through a Permaculture Design Course which plants the seeds to create Kimiya Tactics and become a catalyst for business change in the era of new economics and social innovation. Sacha holds a Diploma in Hotel Management and Administration from HOSTA, Leysin, Switzerland.

  • Kerry Wolters


    Kerry Wolters, partner, started as a financial analyst in investment banking for Kleinwort Benson in the City of London, and subsequently in charge of the Latin American petrochemical segment. After a tenure to enjoy motherhood, she returned to the workforce as a teacher and continued growing with more recent studies in Permaculture and Local Community Transition movements. She combines business realism with practical restoration and a holistic vision of the work environment. Her belief – land restoration is a necessity. Her vision – that it is possible to take small steps at a time to combine healthy ecosystems with good business practice. Kerry holds a joint degree in Economics and Hispanic Philology from the University of Nottingham.

  • Our vision


    Through combining our skills and the management of our own permaculture project, we have seen that nature is constantly changing, innovating and reinventing itself and that each form of life is supported by unique guilds, intricately intertwined in a collaborative dance of coexistence and balanced symbiosis with all living beings and our ever changing climate.
    Business should be no different.

  • The challenge


    Extractive, resource depleting and competitive business practices are not sustainable creators of value. To be a positive influence on our ecosystem, as the most advanced species on the planet, business paradigms must change towards a regenerative and collaborative model.


We are here to support you on that journey



Like nature itself, each business, project and team is unique, and therefore we tailor all our activities personally.

For those projects or activities that require a broader facilitation or support team, we have created a network of independent specialized individuals, aligned with our business principles, from all over the world, with whom we collaborate when needed, to bring the most appropriate resources to the table.
Currently our network includes individuals based in Spain, Portugal, the UK, Germany, Holland, Malta, Israel, Dubai, Kenya, India, Singapore, Australia, Brazil and the USA; which also allows us to maintain a global footprint and broad vision of business and economical trends in each of our specializations.


We are here to support you on that journey


Like nature itself, each business, project and team is unique, and therefore we tailor all our activities personally.

For those projects or activities that require a broader facilitation or support team, we have created a network of independent specialized individuals, aligned with our business principles, from all over the world, with whom we collaborate when needed, to bring the most appropriate resources to the table.
Currently our network includes individuals based in Spain, Portugal, the UK, Germany, Holland, Malta, Israel, Dubai, Kenya, India, Singapore, Australia, Brazil and the USA; which also allows us to maintain a global footprint and broad vision of business and economical trends in each of our specializations.


Collaboration




Collaboration


Strategy Regeneration

NESI - New Economy and Social Innovation  �

Global Hub for the Common Good �

ITH – Instituto Technológico Hotelero �

Universidad de Cádiz

AETC – Asociación de Empresarios Turísticos de Cádiz

Red Agroecológica de Cádiz

Permaculture Research Institute


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