Kekst CNC is committed to responsible and ethical business practices and takes that approach into the communities of which we are a part. As a business and as individuals, we support, positive engagement with our local communities, and worthwhile cultural initiatives.
Kekst CNC is proud to support ArtsConnection, which partners with elementary, middle and high schools across all five boroughs of New York City to integrate the arts – dance, theater, visual arts, media and music – into students’ overall learning and development.
As part of that relationship, Kekst CNC is currently hosting at its offices Viewpoints, Stories and Connections, an exhibition of original student artwork from participants in ArtsConnection’s Student Art Program, which showcases works by young artists in grades 6-12 from a wide cross-section of New York City’s public schools.
Royal Court Theatre
At Kekst CNC, our intention is always to look at problems differently, consistently challenging the status quo with new and creative thinking. This principle is reflected in our long-standing support of the Royal Court Theatre, otherwise known as the ‘writers’ theatre.’ It prides itself on being a hothouse for innovation, ideas and for energetically cultivating undiscovered, emerging and established writers.
Innovation Day is an annual initiative that brings together individuals from across the Publicis Groupe to collectively solve the business and communications challenges facing a number of social enterprises. These enterprises are drawn from a wide range of causes, from supporting refugees to innovative technology that identifies the safest routes for women walking alone. Each year, Kekst CNC contributes its specific skills to these diverse teams, sharing knowledge, and challenging both the enterprises and each other to think in different ways and explore new approaches to solving business challenges.
JKL, Kekst CNC in Sweden, provides ad hoc PR and communication support TO Hello World!, an association aimed at supporting digital creation for young people though summer camps and weekend meetups. The focus is to encourage girls and people from less privileged backgrounds to get access to digital creation and programming skills and the ultimate purpose is to support the competitiveness of Swedish businesses that are expected to need an additional 70 000 programmers in the next decade.