Worldfavor partners with En Serio for PR in the Netherlands. The sustainability platform from Sweden is expanding internationally and looking to fuel Dutch businesses to take sustainable action. The platform helps organisations to easily digitize and automate the process of collecting, reporting on sharing key sustainability data in one place and make these insights actionable.
En Serio will take care of building Worldfavor’s brand awareness in the Netherlands through a focused media relations and PR campaign. The goal of the agency’s activities is to help businesses, headquartered here and operating globally, understand the importance of tracking, reporting and acting on their organisation’s compliance and sustainability data.
Worldfavor is trusted by several Fortune 500 companies and leading companies including Spotify, Nomad Foods, Nudie Jeans and Oatly. The Worldfavor platform helps a growing network of 20,000+ organizations understand their impact, fuel action, and stay resilient. The different solutions Worldfavor power customers to easily manage all kinds of sustainability data, trace impact, follow up on portfolio companies, comply with the EU Taxonomy, reduce risk and achieve a sustainable supply chain.
“Based on our own research and industry sources like the Sustainable Brand Index, the Netherlands is quite a mature market when it comes to sustainability, scoring even higher on a number of specific areas than our home market Sweden. When we are entering new geographies we always look for partners that know the local market well, understand technology and have experience in the sustainability space. En Serio ticks all boxes and the connection with the team is great. We are excited to work with them and show Worldfavor to the Dutch market,” said Siri Henriksson, marketing director at Worldfavor.
“We have always loved partnering with Scandinavian companies. If you then add smart and advanced technology, data and sustainability you get Worldfavor. A great foundation for doing great work together and contributing to a better, more sustainable world in this partnership,” concluded Eric Dragt, founder at En Serio.