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The maritime world within reach

Is it possible for a P&I Club in tiny Netherlands to operate on a global level? NNPC proves it. The maritime world knows no borders, after all, something which not…
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Content platform against waste

Helping the world of packaging, labels, textile and industrial coatings decrease waste and deliver printing jobs both quick and flexibly—that is the goal of InkConnection, GSE’s content platform. As a…
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Smart solutions for the Dutch power grid

Companies waiting to be connected, solar farms switched off and regional outages: our overworked power grid frequently makes headlines. These problems aren’t exactly new, though. National network operators have been…
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The EOC online image bank

A company collection of photos and corporate identity elements—to be used on website, social media and printed matter—can quickly grow out of control. Where at first a single folder on…
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Animations for Liander

We produced a series of animated “live drawing” videos for energy network operator Liander, effectively communicating highly complex subjects in the clearest manner possible. Solar and wind combination The sun…
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Infographics for Siegwerk

We probably don’t have to convince anyone of the utility and communication potential of infographics. Whether it’s about illustrating complex company processes, a trade innovation or a new service for…
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Insurer becomes “Sailing Friend”

A leap forward in brand recognition in the world of shipping and sailing—that’s what happened to Dutch mutual maritime insurer EOC. How did they do it? With their brand new…
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The Growing with Ghana project

“When that first harvest came in, I knew immediately that this wasn’t small business we were doing, but something with real potential.” When Alhadji Alhassan Sulley, tribe chief in Ghanaian…
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