Only 10 years or already? This year Quant celebrates its 10th anniversary.
During this time, we have been able to accompany countless projects that were as challenging as they were exciting: We have laid foundations, promoted dialogs, developed brands, visions and strategies, but also created culinary and cultural experiences. In the process, we have moved people and awakened emotions. It would be beyond the scope of this article to describe a decade in words. That’s why we’re letting pictures do the talking and have summarized the best moments and most exciting projects.
Special thanks go to our customers and partners. It takes a lot of confidence and courage to face the current changes and to successfully go new ways. We would like to thank all those who have accompanied us on this path over the past 10 years for the inspiring cooperation and the trust they have placed in us. We look forward to being there for you in the future as well. A heartfelt thank you also goes to the entire Quant team, whose passion, creativity and personal commitment have contributed to the successful implementation of our wide range of projects.
10 years in which not only Quant but also the world and business challenges have changed radically. Disruption in the labor market, complexity in terms of information and digitalization, and megatrends such as connectivity and individualization are just a few of them.
As a company and employer, we are therefore also consciously addressing our own future. Our society today is highly dynamic and complex, and value sets and personal demands have become increasingly diverse. In the age of the creative economy and in the search for a symbiosis of life and work, we therefore need a new view of the individualized needs of our employees.
We are facing up to this transformation challenge in order to remain fit for the future: That is why we have launched the New Work @ Quant project. In the context of digitalization, agile working and new working models, it is our task as a company to meet the need for flexibility, self-efficacy and individuality while at the same time creating a working environment in which creative work and mindful living can be combined.
I’m in favor of progress – it’s change I don’t like.