Trendhuis is convinced that future enterprises must be sustainable if they want to survive in our ever changing world. This means that they must employ a modern form of entrepreneurship that focuses on the livability of our planet and the people that inhabit it. Or as Amartya Sen, Nobel prize for economics winner, claimed in 1998: “Human development, as an approach, is concerned with what I take to be the basic development idea: namely, advancing the richness of human life, rather than the richness of the economy in which human beings live, which is only a part of it.”
Today, companies are no longer a walled-off environment. They stand at the centre of society’s attention. This is a fact that not only our customers, but also our employees, stakeholders, governments, and organisations expect us to keep in mind.
Sustainable entrepreneurship has always been a part of Trendhuis’s DNA. Trendhuis cares deeply about society and is committed to contribute to both a meaningful economy and a wider, more concrete societal goal. Trendhuis challenges all people and companies to join us. Of course, we assume you aspire to inspire, to innovate, to understand, and to commit yourself to cooperate within a broad perspective.
Trendhuis’ commitment includes the promise to work on:
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Trendhuis wants to stand out in this chaotic world by using a clear vision. We offer our customers a quality service that includes strategic research and advice on trends, coaching, education, and a connecting form of communication. We continuously discuss new ideas and possibilities with our customers. We also experiment, give each other feedback, and pivot when necessary. In other words, Trendhuis always plots a course together with its customers in order to detect interesting possibilities and to tackle challenges in a timely fashion.
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We see our current VUCA-World (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, and Ambiguous) as an opportunity to test our values.
“Volatile” becomes the “vision” to sustainably define your place and mission in this world.
“Uncertain” becomes “universal” thinking. In other words, to see the full picture and not to stare blankly at the individual parts.
“Complex” becomes “creative” response. This in order to clear up the chaos and to detect opportunities.
“Ambiguous” becomes the “adaptability” to handle change, people and other cultures smoothly and positively.