Sustainability at Séissmo

How sustainability is lived within our company


Definition of sustainability.

Sustainability refers to the ability to maintain or uphold a certain level of activity or process over an extended period of time. This can include environmental sustainability, economic sustainability, and social sustainability. It involves making decisions and taking actions that consider the long-term impact on the planet, society, and future generations. (Chat GPT)
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Natacha Dagneaud, founder and managing director

Sustainability at Séissmo

How do we handle sustainability at Séissmo?
Sustainability at Séissmo is made-up of three entities:


invest in people
  • We invest into the work of people.
  • We believe in inclusivity of everyone.
  • We believe in fixed working hours
  • We regularly collaborate with ikubiz
  • we have been donating yearly to various organizations


invest in quality/ long-lasting outputs
  • We use a variety of research methods
  • We have a strong focus on fundamental research and exploratory studies.


avoid over-consumption
  • Shopping experience (online and offline)
  • Optimal layout, co-creation with Do-It-YourShelf
  • Purchase planning
  • New retail concepts, new retail space
  • Shopping mood, shopping mission
  • Loyalty drivers
  • Price & promotion

Charta der Vielfalt

« "The aim of the initiative is to create a prejudice-free working environment and to ensure that all employees - regardless of age, ethnic origin and nationality, gender and gender identity, physical and mental abilities, religion and ideology, sexual orientation and social background - are valued." »
Website, Charta der Vielfalt

Why is it important for Séissmo
to be part of the initiative?

We want to show our commitment
and demonstrate the importance of diversity
in our corporate culture


Why we implement sustainability

As a company, we have the opportunity to fulfil our corporate social responsibility and go beyond the legal requirements when it comes to caring for our communities.
Our aim is to play our part and create better conditions for people through research into different areas of everyday life.


Anaé Chaouat


Interns are welcome

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Elena Uhrig

Elena is studying sociology and business administration at the University of Mannheim. Her previous orientation towards quant research can easily be seen from a high affinity towards statistics and a good command of Stata. Now, she shows all the more interest in qual analysis methods, in order to gain as extensive knowledge as possible about all aspects of market research. In addition, she specialised in marketing and did research on values and the image of women in advertising. Moreover, she is particularly interested in shopper research and consumption patterns.


Sophie Tintelnot

Sophie is currently completing her bachelor in media- and communications management in Heidelberg. She loves the creative work in different sectors of media. Besides publishing journalistic articles, she is also designing websites and is well versed in Adobe Creative Cloud. Thanks to her profound knowledge in editing media, it is easy for her to recognize complex correlations, to assess the potential of pioneering technologies and how to use them effectively.

  • We do this by investing in the training of our researchers – whether they are interns or career changers.
  • We provide training that is sustainable in the sense that we teach our researchers the art of market research.
  • We do not shy away from people who do not have a background in market research. Everyone brings their own skills and knowledge to the table, enriching our projects with a unique perspective.
  • We create future researchers equipped for any field of research by combining their knowledge with our research training.
  • We regularly collaborate with educational institutions such as the Pforzheim Business School, the University of Stuttgart and the University of Potsdam.
  • One example is “Séissmograph 2022 - How is online advertising perceived by Gen Z?”. We used eye tracking during interviews where the students were able to conduct and evaluate their own research and develop the stimulus material. We helped them not only by funding the project, but also by teaching them how to implement their research and use the right tools.
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