Question: Is a healthy business a business that prioritises ethical practices? A business that operates efficiently and transparently and values customer service? A profitable business?
Answer: All of the above.
Frankly is healthy as a horse – and we have a clear strategy for staying that way. Because a healthy business is a good business. Being healthy as a business includes meeting its financial obligations, generating solid returns for its shareholders, and maintaining a positive reputation in the marketplace. It also includes cultivating a strong and positive culture and a team of adequately trained and motivated people to do the heavy lifting.
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Responsibility is a virtue, not a burden. We already see ourselves as people of good behaviour, but improvements are still possible.
In order to deliver – and more – on our promises to clients, we need an agile and well-structured approach to creative problem-solving.
From Clients to Partners
Working collaboratively and openly with clients is a big thing for us. In a survey among clients of digital agencies, Frankly came top with a customer satisfaction rating of 88%.
For an inclusive work environment to, well, work, you need your people to feel respected, valued and taken care of – wherever they’re based. In other words, you need healthy people.
As One Frankly
There’s no denying it; we want to be one of the best damn places to work. And that goes for everyone – employees, freelancers, contract workers, etc.
Imposter syndrome has no place at Frankly. If your work doesn’t feel easy, that’s the sweet spot.
Simple & Transparent
Bureaucracy and creativity aren’t exactly a dream team, and keeping the insidious creep of complexity out of an ever-expanding business can’t be left to chance.
We are a diverse bunch, with 18 languages and 19 nationalities already bringing their numerous skills and unique abilities to the table.