What does Kompas do?
Who are the faces behind Kompas ?
We are approximately 25 employees, who together cover most of the subject areas we work with in Kompas . From communication advisors and copywriters to creative concept makers, graphic artists and specialists in film, animation, websites and social and digital media. If we need other special competencies, we draw on a number of permanent partners within motion graphics, medical writing, programming and public affairs. Kompas has an unusually high level of employee seniority, and we don't think that's a coincidence. For we want to Kompas should be a nice place to be – so nice that both advisers, managers, freelancers and assistants love Mondays (almost) as much as Fridays.
How are we as human beings?
We are present, committed and available to customers when they need us. And we are sincerely interested in them and their challenges. That is why we are not pushy towards customers but like to go the extra mile to satisfy them. We make an effort, set our goals high and move our customers, while staying within the frame. And then we deliver, behave properly and are really nice - maybe that's why our customers tend to stay with us. Not just for a couple of years. But for many years.
Who are our customers?
The customer list includes some of the largest Danish and international companies, e.g. Novo Nordisk, Pfizer, Roche, GSK and Boehringer Ingelheim, Nestlé, Orkla, the Danish Tax Agency, the Gambling Authority, Thai Airways and Codan. That said, your company's name or size doesn't determine whether we can help you. Over the years, we have worked for the vast majority of companies in the vast majority of industries, and we still do today. But there are still two industries where we have some very special competences and a very special experience.
What is our story?
Since we started as a PR agency a good 16 years ago, we have worked to move a little (and preferably a lot) every single day. That is why we are also in a completely different place today than we were back then. The focal point is probably still the credible story, but the media, the grips and the way it is conveyed are new and constantly evolving. And it makes good sense. Because if we were not to keep our finger on the pulse, who would?