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What positive insights and business opportunities exist for the post-pandemic world? One of the subjects we are lucky to discuss with Marketing Drenthe is free time. The past year has made all of us more aware of the importance of stepping back from the daily grind once in a while to head off into nature. Few organisations have been as successful in conveying this notion as Marketing Drenthe, with an entire marketing campaign inspired by it. The organisation also presented its vision 'Perspective on Destination Drenthe 2030', which describes how the tourism and recreation sector of this province will substantially contribute to prosperity and well-being of the region in the coming years.
FrieslandCampina has moved on to environmentally friendly packaging for its Campina Biologisch line. The one litre packs have a new dispensing nozzle that makes the plastic twist-off cap superfluous. This avoids the production of millions of plastic caps. The packaging also uses a layer material less. The new packaging results in at least 37% less CO2 emissions than the previous version. Because the remaining CO2 emissions are compensated, the packaging is, in effect, climate-neutral. The innovation received extensive media attention in early February, in business publications and elsewhere.
Since the pandemic, Postillion Hotels, under the leadership of its passionate CEO Erik-Jan Ginjaar, has proven to be an organisation built on entrepreneurship and perseverance. On behalf of Ginjaar, we regularly seek out press to actively participate in the social discussion surrounding the (economic) impact of the coronavirus. In January, for example, the hotelier emphatically spoke out in newspaper De Volkskrant and recently also in Trouw.
Auping is a client with impact written all over its DNA. This family business launched the world's first circular mattress for consumers, the Evolve. Auping also launched the 'Story of 1.5 million mattresses' campaign, raising awareness for the vast waste dump caused by discarded mattresses each year. Auping aims to be fully circular by 2030. We are also involved in writing the yearly Auping CSR Report, identifying goals and achievements regarding corporate social responsibility.
A client we recently started working for is the highly innovative family business Wesselink Isolatie, founded by brothers Benjamin and Oscar in 2013. The company specialises in sound and thermal insulation. With their insulation methods, choice of materials and business practices, they operate in a CO2-negative manner and are therefore amongst the real sustainable disruptors of the construction world. We look forward to sharing their inspiring stories.
A crisis or issue —whether foreseeable or entirely unexpected — can have considerable impact. On the internal affairs of an organisation, on its relationship with external stakeholders. And in many cases, with consequences on reputation. We thoroughly and attentively prepare organisations and individuals to times of crisis, and in those moments, remain available 24/7. As a spokesperson, as a sparring partner, as a strategist.
Our crisis team consists of highly experienced communications experts who have guided clients in the private and public sectors for years. Our team also draws from its legal expertise, which has recurrently proved useful in challenging situations. An organisation that communicates and operates effectively and robustly when crisis strikes, can prevent a great deal of damage.
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The Netherlands Effective date: 21 September 2005, renewed on 01-01-12 KvK no: 33288895
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Article 22 All legal relationships between the Customer and CC&PR shall be governed by Dutch law. Any disputes shall exclusively be submitted to the judgment of the competent court in Amsterdam.
When it comes to sustainable innovation, Physee is not one to miss. This scale-up from Delft develops façades that yield both energy and data. In combination with self-learning algorithms, the so-called SmartSkin technology developed by Physee makes buildings up to 30% more energy-efficient and also considerably more comfortable for users. Coebergh set up an interview for Business Insider with the founders of the company, in which they talked about the four million growth capital they raised and their plans for the near future.