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Join WWF on Sunday 29th October for an unforgettable day at the Botanical Garden of Meise. Fascinating stories of nature and a multitude of activities for young and old, all in the exceptional setting of the Park and the recently renovated greenhouses of the Botanical Garden.
▬ A path punctuated with activities for the youngest through the park of the Botanical Garden of Meise.
▬ Tales and fascinating stories about nature and the wild animals of the world.
▬ Music and entertainment for the whole family.
▬ A choice of meals and beverages at the end of the course.
▬ Information on WWF field projects in the four corners of the globe and the possibility to discuss with WWF-Belgium staff and experts.
The communication agency Page in extremis is proud to have participated in the development of the visual gimmick for the one-day event in close collaboration with the WWF-Belgium team.
► WHERE? ◄
Botanical Garden of Meise, Domaine de Bouchout, Nieuwelaan 38, 1860 Meise.
► WHEN? ◄
Sunday, October 29, 2017, from 10 am to 4 pm.
The use of video takes an increasing place in the arsenal of digital means of communication.
Everyone today expects information that is both compact and fun.
The video benefits from these two aspects:
- The video format is compact because it is the result of a selection of the most relevant passages during assembly.
- The video format is fun because it requires no effort from the audience. We are in a situation as comfortable as that of a viewer in his sofa.
Moreover, the video format is accessible to share on social networks
The communication agency Page in extremis produced a series of video capsules for Brugel, the energy regulator of the Brussels-Capital region. Each video is an interview with an official of the control body and addresses one of the leading pillars of their work.
The capsules were posted on the Youtube channel of Brugel and were shared on social networks. They constitute an excellent introduction and an extension to the activity report of the Brussels organisation.
BRUGEL is responsible for advising public authorities of the Brussels region on the organisation and functioning of the regional energy market on the one hand, and on the other, on a general mission for the supervision and control of energy.
Page in extremis has over 23 years experience in guiding organisations on the road to defining and articulating their uniqueness. The multidisciplinary communication agency team translates your messages into brilliant and adequate visual systems.
Based in Brussels, the communication agency Page in extremis can help you define the essence of your brand and formulate its differences in a very positive relationship with its environment and all its stakeholders.
Page in extremis builds brands and strengthens the reputation of leading organisations, European associations and corporations.
“If I had to describe our industry in a few words, I would really say that it is guided not just by innovation, but by an innovation that cares - for the environment it works in, the people that it works for and to contribute to a sustainable future” stated Christian Kötz, ETRMA President, in the 2017 ETRMA Annual Report.
ETRMA is the voice of the tyre and rubber goods producers to various European institutions. The tyre and rubber industry is omnipresent in our everyday life. It is there every step of the way, moving our lives and our world and aiming at an ever-increased safety and sustainability in every sense of the word.
The tyre and rubber industry is a stronghold of European manufacturing, directly employing over 360,000 people - and providing additional 800,000 indirect jobs - across the EU and contributing 0,5% of the EU GDP.
The industry has significantly improved its sustainability at every stage, from design to end-of-life. Tyre weight reduction, voluntary commitment to phase out substances that proved to be dangerous, supporting the chemical industry in evaluating the risks connected to their products and the Sustainable Natural Rubber Initiative are some of the most recent examples of that commitment.
ETRMA has entrusted Page in extremis with the tasks of designing and producing the 2017 Annual Report.
Page in extremis is a strategic design communication agency, involving an experimented multidisciplinary team, building brands and strengthening reputations for leading corporations, institutions and European associations.
Page in extremis is based in Brussels. The multidisciplinary team can help you define and translate the core-idea of your organisation into brilliant visual systems.
Competition is not fair between road and rail.
Railways pay distance-based charges everywhere in the EU (100% tolling by EU law), covering at least the direct cost of infrastructure use, plus often a markup.
By contrast, even for major roads (motorways and other main roads), charges (vignettes or tolls) are currently only applied to trucks on about 20-25% of the network in Europe. Even less for passenger transport.
So competition is not fair between road and rail.
As outlined in this summary sheet, CER welcomes several elements of the Commission’s recent proposal on road charging (Eurovignette) but calls for improvement on others.
Known as the voice of European railways, CER ́s role is to represent the interests of its members by actively providing an input to EU policy, in particular, to support an improved business and regulatory environment for European railway undertakings and infrastructure managers.
“Road charging / Revising the Eurovignette Directive” is the last released of the serie “Facts and figures” published by CER and produced in close relation with the communication agency Page in extremis.
Page in extremis has defined a very accurate process including monitoring and quality check particularly suited to provide maximum comfort to its clients and the best results.
The communication agency proposes four integrated services:
1) The definition of a “brand strategy” aligned with the development strategy of your organisation.
2) The creation or relooking of your visual identity aligned with a new brand strategy and supported by easy to use guidelines.
3) The improvement of your “Communication Programme” by incorporating integrated communication campaigns, memorable events, significant publications and innovative digital solutions.
4) The creative development and production of innovative printed and digital communication tools.
Interested in partnering with Page in extremis?
Based in Brussels, the communication agency makes associations brands conversational, helps organisations engage with their stakeholders and convey their messages.
The 2014-2016 WIM implementation report is fully digital
From the very beginning in 2008, the Wine in Moderation programme has aimed to make a measurable contribution to the way people approach to wine, and to reducing the abuse of alcohol.
The progress made has been recognised and referenced as good practice by national, European and international authorities, but with success comes responsibility.
Wine in Moderation programme continues to gain momentum and has been established as the reference in Sustainability and Social Responsibility within the worldwide wine business.
The WiM Association executes the reporting exercise annually through an online survey tool, tracking the commitment performance based on specific KPIs. Responses are assessed, and interviews are organised in case of doubts. Restrictions/limitations do apply in such a wide reporting exercise in a fragmented agricultural (wine) sector.
The WiM Association has selected the communication agency, Page in extremis, as a strategic partner for developing the report and ensuring a stronger alignment between the messages conveyed by the Association and their visual expressions.
Located in Brussels, Page in extremis is a strategic communication agency, involving an experimented multidisciplinary team, building brands and strengthening reputations for leading corporations, institutions and European associations.