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Six models for effective communication.

Six models for effective communication.

Every advertising era tends to feature one or more leitmotivs and the post-Covid era, with its very particular characteristics, is no exception. Nowadays it is essential to transform communication activity into a business opportunity, focusing on real needs of consumers who are increasingly demanding and even intransigent.  Through analysis of online data regarding advertising trends

The first collection of socially responsible recycled plastic watches by Sea2See.

Sea2see launched of their first watch collection produced with their unique signature Upsea Plast recycled marine plastic. Developed exclusively in Switzerland, the new watch collection represents a completely new category of watch design with case and strap made from 100% recycled marine plastic. This collection offers 22 individual watch models, produced in 2 sizes.  Sea2see

Professional surfer Maud Le Car is the face of the Optic 2000 x Sea2see campaign.

Sea2see has renewed its collaboration with French optical retailer Optic 2000 and the continued roll out of the exclusive collection in stores across France and Switzerland (1200 stores). Designed and developed exclusively for the chain, the award-winning Optic 2000 x Sea2see line – is produced in 100% Sea2see recycled marine plastic waste and is 100%

The new campaign New Look x Sea2see.

In a continued commitment to sustainability and ecological progress, Sea2see is growing its partnership with leading optical chain New Look Eyewear, the Canadian company based in Quebec with over 87 stores in Quebec, Ontario, Saskatchewan and British Columbia. New Look Eyewear has embraced the Sea2see values to make a real and valuable impact in their

Sea2see supports @searchingforchinook to save the orcas.

Sea2see partners with @searchingforchinook in limited edition collection of SFC branded recycled sunglasses. The project The initiative is focused on supporting @searchingforchinook in documenting the fight for survival of the last 72 Southern resident orcas and inspiring people to take action to prevent their extinction. The project is supported by a video directed by “Game

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