From our beginnings in Colombo, Sri Lanka in 1994, we have championed a strategic, communications-based approach to financial and corporate reporting.
For instance, we believe that the financial capital of a company accounts for only about 20% of its value. We consider your annual report the ideal tool through which to demonstrate the balance 80% of your company’s value. Using the Smart Integrated Reporting MethodologyTM which we developed as far back as 2009, we tell each client’s unique story, beginning with a clean slate and an open mind.
With a track record of over 20 years, more than 1,600 annual reports produced, and business spread across nine countries across the globe, our trailblazing annual reports have won over 300 international awards for our clients.With a track record of over 20 years, more than 1,600 annual reports produced, and business spread across nine countries across the globe, our trailblazing annual reports have won over 300 international awards for our clients.
Our Mission is: To make the making and the reading of annual reports a joy.
The era of triple-bottom-line reporting (with its intensified focus on reporting on corporate governance, regulatory compliance and risk management) brought firms face to face with a bewildering variety of regulatory requirements and disclosure options. Most companies cope with the confusion by adopting an ad hoc approach and relying on the magic of imaginative graphic design to make their reports stand out. Design and print production houses tend to encourage this, since it plays to their greatest strength: visualisation.
To us, however, this buffet of disclosure options and reporting formats represents an opportunity for firms to customise their annual and other reports to be media of strategic communications. By selecting the right disclosure options and formats, we make your reports work harder, communicating exactly what you want to say to shareholders and other stakeholders. This is not simply about image, but about communications in support of business objectives and goals.
We acknowledge the central importance of design, but always in the service of good communications. We believe in corporate reporting that means business.