We believe the world has the potential to be greener, healthier and more sustainable. As creatives and communicators we have the power to change the narrative about both climate change and ecological crisis.
This is why we are a signatory to the Creative Climate Disclosure which seeks to minimise the carbon conflicts of the creative communications sector. Requirement of signing this is that we are transparent about where our sales turnover comes from.
Our Creative Climate Disclosure is also an opportunity to remind the world we will only work with clients whose commitment to fight climate change is as strong as our own.
We’re very selective about the company we keep. We only work with businesses that want to play an active part in making the world a better place – either through more efficient use of natural resources; industrial efficiency; carbon reduction; or strategies that support human health and wellbeing. We tell their stories and deliver positive change.
% net profits to charity
% revenue from clean tech
% revenue from carbon intensive firms
% business from SMEs
Work in Mind is our own social purpose project. It remains the world’s only information resource dedicated to healthier, better workplace buildings – and our content is now read by 70,000+ people, in 200+ countries.
We’re extremely proud of what we’ve achieved with Work in Mind. Launched in 2018 as a social purpose project, we use our content marketing skills to accelerate understanding of the connection between the built environment and mental and physical wellbeing. At its core is our belief that the environment in which you work, exist and learn should be a space in which health, wellbeing and productivity can co-exist with sustainability and carbon efficiency.
Work in Mind is not run for commercial gain. It is resourced entirely through Content Coms and funded by our shareholders. There can be few other agencies that have demonstrated such a high level of commitment to catalysing positive change within the built environment.