What we do
Our creative consultancy has been a success factor for a broad array of brands and organizations.
Factorr is the ideal creative partner for two main needs:
We love to partner with like-minded brands and organizations who share our core values:
Crossovers. Our multidisciplinary approach to creativity is rooted in the belief that teams combining different backgrounds, perspectives, and sets of knowledge generate ideas and solutions that are more relevant, effective, and inspiring.
Arts and culture as factors of positive change. We believe in the role of arts, culture, and quality entertainment in the growth of communities and society at large.
Science, technology, and innovation. We strive to leverage the best of science, technology, and innovation to engage audiences and make complex topics more accessible and relatable.
Sustainability. We care about the future and stay mindful of the impact of our choices on different dimensions of sustainability: human, social, economic, and environmental.
We are a creative agency using physical space as a medium for engaging multisensory storytelling that brings brands, concepts, and places to life.
We are a diverse team of creatives leveraging a broad set of disciplines, backgrounds, and skills to inspire, activate, and make changes in people’s hearts and minds through direct experience. Factorr is a catalyst, a maker, and a doer.
Factorr is creative by definition. Like our approach to work, our name is multifaceted and well-grounded. It comes from the Latin word factor, meaning: maker, doer, cause, creator. The second ‘R’ has multiple meanings too. It stands for (and sounds like) Rotterdam, as a reminder of our origins. It also reminds us of our orientation to deliver concrete R-esults.
What we've worked on
With their creative ideas, high standards and storytelling skills, Factorr turned our events into innovative and memorable experiences for our network. Arnold and Marjolein are an absolute pleasure to work with and are first class visionaries and creators.
- Annet Monster, Communication Officer at the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, Washington DC.