Doing the same with less
We cannot sustain our Earth’s ecosystems if we continue as we are. If harmful processes are maintained unchanged, it is likely that we will run out of fossil fuels, a huge number of animal species will become extinct and the atmosphere will be irreparably damaged.
To prevent this, we must be socially responsible and focus on environmental protection and dynamic balance in human and natural systems! This includes responsible consumption, responsible production and the goal of achieving more with less resources.
Don’t think of sustainability as a limitation, think of it as possibilities!
The service we provide is helping companies to reduce the ecological and ethical footprint of their marketing assets, by creating valuable insights and solutions that makes anybody feel capable to contribute in efforts to reduce our environmental impact and social injustice.
We are going to be transparent about our environmental, social, and governance practices and we will help others doing the same.
In contrast to the linear economic model and its take-make-waste principle, which is in obvious contradiction to planetary boundaries and the idea of sustainability, a circular economy focuses on optimizing the functionality of products and materials, maintaining this functionality for as long as possible, and minimizing the production of waste and residues. As of today, the vast majority of media asset is produced linear. Therefore, we thought it is time to make a circle out of the line by means of transparent planning and design, effective production, intensification of use, reuse, upcycling and recycling.
The special thing about a circle is that at its end, you are back at the beginning. A good opportunity to think about what you could improve and apply this before the next round. This is called “Continuous Improvement Cycle”, a central component of the LEAN principle. Therefore, it was the logical next step to combine the circular economy and LEAN.
For many companies, the majority of their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and cost reduction opportunities lie outside their own operations. Our approach makes the so called Scope 3 Emission accessible and thus enables transparency and improved cooperation between you and your suppliers.
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The departments in companies are primarily focused on their own work without taking into account the planning of the other departments. As a result, synergy potentials are not used and resources are wasted through redundant processes.
We believe that the application of Lean has the greatest potential to solve this problem. To achieve this, each individual is encouraged to think more deeply about his or her tasks, collaborate across departmental and functional boundaries, take more responsibility, and propose innovative solutions that continuously improve the value of the product for the customer or minimizes the waste of resources. It is about understanding the purpose of an activity in the value chain and the need for better collaboration with upstream and downstream activities.
Do local campaigns need international models in foreign places? Is it really necessary to take a German car to the other side of the world to explain to Germans what “pure driving pleasure” means? We believe it is possible to achieve the same goal with fewer emissions.
That’s why we have developed a Sustainable Production Guideline (SPG) that applies the United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to media asset productions.
We are helping our clients to produce their media assets in a way that is more environmentally friendly and free from social injustice. We assess, evaluate and review all key suppliers involved in production to ensure sustainability at all levels.
The implementation of the Sustainable Production Guideline is at the heart of our activities.
Sustainability doesn’t work without transparency, and responsibility doesn’t stop at our doorstep. But the striving for transparency is often countered by the fear of losing intellectual property, competitive advantages or to being exposed to criticism. The same applies to the upstream supply chain, which was not designed to be transparent either. And finally, the ROI for investing in transparency does not always satisfy near-term requirements.
Why should anyone find a better solution than the person who faces the problem every day? We believe that the best solution to your challenge is to be found within your own ranks. Sometimes you don’t see it, sometimes you don’t trust your own abilities, sometimes time doesn’t allow it, sometimes it’s the rules, sometimes it’s routine or lack of support. And that’s where we come in. We’re at your side when you want to challenge the status quo, break down silos, or make the impossible possible. We’re your experts, your supporters, the critical voice and the kick in the butt. We are creative professionals with years of experience in campaign development and media production who want to work with you to make marketing more sustainable.
Since we are part of the problem, we are also perfectly qualified to be part of the solution.
We care about our digital carbon footprint