What we want to do:
We have currently, rather by chance, found ourselves in the situation that several companies have asked us to help with very different issues. In the digitization of one's own company, in the support of various online customers, in the contact with certain key customers in the online sector.
We found that we have a lot of know-how to help medium-sized companies make good decisions and simplify the daily routine.
We've thought about what defines us and what we want to stand for.
Rocks in German means stones or mountains.
Getting stones out of the way, clearing the way, building on rocks – all "winged words" expressing one thing: Help that is right there when you need it and helps you find reliable solutions.
Rocks can also be written from our initials – only missing letter: The "O" in the middle.
Because we go to concerts and festivals very often in private and music is our common passion, we have seen with stickers of bands what looks like an "O":
For example, we found that with the Dead Kennedys, the lettering breaks a circle, Hardcore Superstar carries a logo with star in a circle, a sticker from The Clash with the logo in front of a red star in a round sticker, etc.
We then liked the star in the circle as "O," which breaks the circle at the tips.
Apparently, the symbol doesn't just please us, because it can be found in almost all cultures – with a wide variety of interpretations. Overall, the symbol seems to be heavily intriguing. We like the following meaning:
The tips of the five-pointed star are assigned to the elements: Earth, fire, water, wind. The 5th, the upper zag represents the spirit, the inner being. This expresses the mastery of the elements by the Spirit. The circle shows that all is connected. It is also understood as a concentrated symbol of the divine order to which all powers must give way to disorder.
The star, which breaks the circle at the tips, is often associated with the US Army. And who do you call when it becomes threatening? It is precisely – the cavalry. Or just R. .C.K.S.!
After this – admittedly long introduction: We deliberately do not want to come across as "friny consultants," where arrogance comes from every buttonhole and where the workforce is afraid of terminations as soon as the paint shoe takes the first step on the Company parking.
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