The Creative Thirst culture is made up of the values and practices shared by its employees. Our collective values are centered on nurturing ideas, innovation, and an entrepreneurial spirit. Almost everything about Creative Thirst sets us apart from a traditional design agency; from the way we work, to how we set our prices, to the lack of corporate hierarchy. Freedom is encouraged from all employees. Project teams are organized around ideas, where our employees are not just creative vendors. Creative Thirst and your company join together to become thinking partners. As a result natural leaders emerge from each group and grow through debate and decision-making.
For our culture to thrive, we must continue to think, learn, share and adapt over time. With every new employee our shared consciousness grows in ways no one can ever predict or anticipate. This organic nature is the very foundation of what it means to be creative.
Our Culture’s Guiding Principals:
Entrepreneurial Spirit - To facilitate and encourage ideas from employees at all levels in the company, regardless of job position.
Mutual Respect - Respect and appreciate everyone's contributions, and understand the importance of a collaborative effort.
Passion - Be passionate about your life, your work and your creativity.
Creativity - in order to thrive, employees must dream. Let the mind follow any creative avenue, and interesting ideas will result. Support any means necessary to achieve high levels of creativity. Creativity is sparked by the freedom to think.
Courage - It takes courage to "think outside of the box." Abandon conventionalism. Have the courage to search for great ideas and the courage to stand up for those ideas. Have the courage to voice your true self. It takes courage to listen to your "inner voice," and to let everyone know what you are really about.
Openness - Be open with others about your thoughts and ideas. Share with and learn from others.
Cooperation – Mutual cooperation between business partners and Creative Thirst's employees and owners.