No day is the same -and we like it this way! Monks’ hours are full of creativity. Take a look at a monks’ day to grasp why we love what we do.
Mornings start with strong coffee! A chilled out team-talk in the kitchen (or the balcony if the weather is in a good mood) lays out inspiration, ideas and knowledge from the day before. PC screens start to light up, emails are loading and the ringing tone of our phones leads us to our desks.
This is the good stuff! Minds are working, ideas are flowing and projects are being developed. Awesome words like Google campaigns, Facebook content, branding, marketing briefs and deliverables, make clear that the creative game is on! We enjoy every minute of it, especially when this magical thing happens –strategy and creativity bond together. It kinda makes us feel like godparents!
Mind-sharing and salad-sharing! Lunch is a monks’ gathering, carefree and full of tastes, so we fill up our energy levels before or after arranged meetings with our lovely clients. Heading to our desks, another dose of coffee jump-starts the second creative part of the day!
Inspirational evenings! New ideas claim a place to our projects. We assess, evaluate and make the final steps before wrapping up the projects of the day.
Honour thy inspiration.
Thou shall believe in creativity.
Trust thy team.
Hard work is our command.
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