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Probably the question I have been asked most frequently since MOJEO was founded: Why are you called that?

What does MOJO mean?

“Mojo is the positive mindset with which we do things that comes from within and shines through” (Marshall Goldsmith: Mojo, The momentum of success, 2011)

After this explanation about the meaning of Mojo, which our company name is based on, I still always get questioning looks.

Where does MOJO come from?

Nowadays, I have a more adequate solution. I ask a question in return: "Do you happen to know the film by Austin Powers? The spy who shagged me?" Suddenly, I see a smile appear around the corners of most people's mouths. "Yes, of course I know that film. How did it go exactly?" And then when I tell them briefly what the film was about, namely that Dr Evil and his Mini Me used a time machine to travel back to 1969, where he steals Austin Power's Mojo. Yes, then everyone understands why we are called MOJEO.


Because we are convinced that expertise in combination with Mojo ensures spectacular results. That’s why our people always strive to add that little bit of quality and daring that makes the difference in the successful management of a project.

We call them stories with highlights, stories with positive twists and stories that people remember. Projects that people refer to as examples because they had just that little bit extra, just that little bit of 'Mojo'. This naturally calls for talented project managers, people with self-confidence, strong presentation, superiority, a touch of invincibility and just that bit of Mojo in their charisma; project managers of MOJEO! Also have a look at our core values, for us they summarise exactly the essence of the word Mojo.

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