Growingdale's reason of existence
To stimulate the growth of people, projects, brands and organisations by adopting the biotic laws that govern the growth process.
To increase the value of people, projects, brands and organisations by decreasing their level of exchangeability.
To restore the relationship between stakeholders and brands, projects, people and organisations by nourishing it in a symbiotic way.
To increase the decision power of people in order to enable them to make sustainable and relevant choices that bring forth meaningful results.
the biotic way
What we will not compromise on
We always comply with the biotic laws of growth.
Why? To stimulate growth in a natural and sustainable way.
We never give room to egocentrism.
Why? To clear the way for making the right choices and look for effective solutions.
We keep our approach as simple as possible.
Why? So that people can understand and embrace it.
We always strive for a unity between physiological, psychological and social interests.
Why? To convert knowledge into the right choices on the basis of discernment.
We tell it like it is without being judgemental.
Why? So that people can be set free from what hinders their growth.
We stimulate symbiotic relationships.
Why? For stakeholders to feel valued and to prevent them or our clients from being exploited.
We always take on a pragmatic attitude toward solutions.
Why? For the solutions to be feasible and actionable.
We always keep our independence.
Why? To preserve our freedom to choose what contributes to what we stand for.
you want to
work with us
Our approach will make sense to you.
You will actually understand what we're talking about.
Your result is our starting point.
You will have full control over the adopted process.
Every advice we give is verifiable.
Our approach is not based on a model but on universal laws.
We challenge every claim you make so you can keep your promises.
Clients we choose not to work for
Clients who hide the truth.
Clients whose interests conflict with the interests of their customers.
Clients who knowingly harm or exploit people, animals or the planet.
Clients who disregard the dignity of people.
Clients for whom we cannot influence the desired result.
Clients with whom the prerequisites for growth or desired outcome are lacking.
Clients whose attitude, policy or business clash with our values and convictions.