Loomio is a worker cooperative based in Wellington. The project emerged during the 2011 Occupy movement out of the need for collaborative and inclusive decision-making for activist groups. Built by a team of technologists and activists, Loomio offers an online tool for decision-making and participation. Activists use Loomio to make group decisions, share viewpoints on different issues, and come to consensus. Over just a few years, more than 75,000 people have made more than 25,000 decisions on Loomio. Environmentalists, anti-poverty groups, housing advocates and others have benefited from the use of Loomio technology. As an enterprise that is owned and managed by the tech workers who developed it, Loomio offers an alternative model of economic organisation in the field of information technology.