In an age characterized by abundance, a lack of time, and constant availability, it’s becoming more and more difficult to inspire people with your messages. If our ideas have the power to inspire, they unleash a high degree of efficiency, are carried on, and multiply.
The question is if and how you should address and win over people with their requirements and perceptions. PP sees people as a benchmark of its work. With success. Live communication for more than 33 years now.
We are passionate: we’ll put our heart, soul, and enthusiasm into making your project a success. We are innovative: experience and the boldness to pursue new ideas shape our day-to-day work. We are resilient: we’ve weathered the changing requirements of society and the market for over 33 years.
A fair interaction with our customers, business partners and employees, the commitment to ethical and legal action and the recognition of our responsibility to society and the environment. These are the principles that we feel committed to at PP.
The rating platform EcoVadis assesses responsible corporate behavior (CSR) based on selected criteria in the four areas of environmental compatibility, social responsibility, business conduct and sustainable sourcing. With the award of the EcoVadis silver standard, PP declares itself as a sustainable partner for all facets of live communication.
The UN Global Compact is the world's largest and most important initiative for responsible corporate governance. As a signatory and member of the international network, PP is committed to the principles of sustainable and honest entrepreneurial action formulated there.
Our Code of Conduct informs you about PP's more sensitive issues such as labor law, data security, prevention of corruption and money laundering, as well as consumer and environmental protection. We encourage and support our service providers and business partners in adopting these principles and consistently designing their supply chains according to the principles of responsible corporate behavior.
When it comes to choosing its employees, the agency avoids the term “human resources,” opting instead for its motto “People are the benchmark.” The result can be felt in each and every PP team. Thank goodness for that!