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About That "Global Good"

Nov 28, 2018

3 minute read

Seth Derner
Co-Founder and Co-CEO

At Vivayic, we hold a strong commitment to our values, purpose, and operating principles in our core. Of these, our purpose — building others’ capacity to do good in the world — seems to resonate most deeply with our team and clients. We wanted a tangible visualization of our purpose. That led to the creation of the Global Good sculpture that you see on this website.

The sculpture is just a small globe with the word “good” stenciled in it. We created it to show appreciation to our clients and for the work they do. We recognize that as a professional services company, the work we do is in service of others. And we choose to only work with clients that are striving to make the world a better place.

We shared sculptures with our teammates to be a daily reminder of the gift and responsibility of working for so many organizations that do good.

It’s been a real joy to see the sculptures in people’s offices as we travel on business.

We sent the sculptures out as holiday gifts to our clients a few years ago. We continue to share them as new team members join our team and as new clients choose to engage us in projects. It’s been a real joy to see the sculptures in people’s offices as we travel on business. We thought it would be fun to ask our clients and our team to snap a photo of their sculpture in the place where they do good. Those images are in the montage below and found in other places on our website.

If you have a global good, and you’d like to share your image, please let us know. Or, if you like the sculpture, and want one of your own, drop us a line, and let us know what it might mean to you!

Seth Derner
Co-Founder and Co-CEO

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