An international network of sustainable communications agencies founded by Creative Concern is growing further with the arrival of Myra in Turkey.
Named DNS, an acronym of Do Not Smile, the partnership was set up to “ridicule the idea” that sustainability needed to be worthy, dull and unimaginative.
So far, the Manchester-based company has been joined by Sidièse (Paris, France), Tipping points (Bonn, Germany), Goodvertising (Copenhagen, Denmark), Silver Back (Rome, Italy) and Revolve Media (Brussels, Belgium) and most recently Myra (Istanbul, Turkey).
“We need new thinking, new ideas and a common purpose if we are going to change society and tackle the major issues facing our planet. The DNS network is focused on using communications as a force for good and helping organisations and brands make positive and lasting change,” explained Steve Connor, Creative Concern’s chief executive.
With further growth anticipated in Europe, a new website has been created to showcase the network’s range of service and work.