Corporate Social Responsibility

Corporate social responsibility investment can help you to build a reputation as a responsible company, which can, in turn, often lead to competitive advantage. Businesses often prefer to do business with partners who have responsible policies. And some customers don’t just prefer to deal with responsible companies – they insist on it.

Students of The Academy of Fine Arts and Design will create their own modern version of Woman Drinking Coffee by Ivana Kobilca

Ivana Kobilca, the audacious, daring, and truly exceptional artist is one of our greatest painters. Her masterpiece Woman Drinking Coffee is celebrating 130 years this year. Loka kava coffee producer and the Academy of Fine Arts and Design will be paying her respect in their own way. “The Modern Woman Drinking Coffee” is a project that Adrema developed for our client Loka kava. We invited the Academy of Fine Arts and Design of the University of Ljubljana to collaborate. The students from the Department of Painting and the Department of Visual Communication Design will be recreating the Woman Drinking Coffee under the mentorship of assistant professor Suzi Bricelj and associate professor Žiga Kariž, MA.

From TEDxMaribor With Passion

A TEDx Talk is a showcase for speakers presenting great, well-formed ideas in under 18 minutes. With over 400 participants and 19 speakers we created a magical day full of energy and passion. We created a day worth remembering.

CSR NIVEA with Famous Slovenian Athlets

For the past 12 years NIVEA has donated money for scholarship for Slovenian children in need. We have been supporting the project with media coverage for the last seven years. This year famous Slovenian athletes visited the children in primary schools and inspired them with their stories. We also invited all Slovenian primary schools, preschools and museums to support the project by sticking blue hearts on their windows.

Birdhouse Project for Kindergartens

To celebrate the 25th anniversary of Bosch’s arrival to Slovenia, we organized a creative project in Slovenian preschools: Building a birdhouse with BOSCH. In the spirit of the company founder Robert Bosch, a great philanthropist and nature lover, the children built birdhouses and bird feeders that are now providing nesting grounds to birds on busy city streets.

NITRO Conference – explosive interviews, beautiful stories

Yes, we know, everyone has their own fetish, that certain something, and at Adrema we’re no different. We actually have several, and one of them is quenching our curiosity by surveying people with an experience that differs from ours, an experience at another level, with different people or in a different environment. Since we can never experience everything, we ask questions, poke and prod to feed our interest, search for the breakthrough, and learn from, laugh with, and wonder at the stories of people who lived their dreams.

The Samarijan Project in the Heart of Ljubljana

Together with the humanitarian association Confidential Call Samarijan Adrema organized an event on World Suicide Prevention Day that took place in the center of Ljubljana and received a lot of media attention. We designed a 70-meter long table with 220 telephones on which passers-by could listen to reenacted recordings of the real struggles that people confided when making confidential calls. We hung a 70-meter long banner from the top of the Ljubljana Skyscraper with the slogan “I hear your distress” that alerted to the importance of a timely support for people in distress. The project has touched many.

World champion Peter Kauzer and Samsung donation to Pediatric Clinic

Peter Kauzer after playing Angry Birds with children: “I have been a fan of this game for a while now, but I am also an eternal fan of children facing various problems, who have to spend a long time at the children’s hospital. If there is any way to ease those parts of their childhood that they cannot spend on the playground, I am all in. There is nothing quite like the sight of a child playing. And if they get to have some fun here, we certainly did a good thing.”