Be more Santa

14 Dec 20 Jonathan Malyon


If 2020 has taught us anything, it's to "be more Santa".

The dude has been working from home for an eternity and has nailed the work-life balance thing; working on his ‘naughty & nice’ list, vs spending time with the fam and fettling away in the grotto.

Projects with purpose

Here on planet Tilt, despite Covid-gate we’ve pulled-together-whilst-apart in style and we’ve managed to have some fun, whilst crafting a host of digital delights. 

We’ve been working with a global professional services firm to help empower individuals to change their behaviour and take positive action against climate change. We’re also currently collaborating with a major player in the drinks industry, to help reduce underage alcohol consumption and help change drink-driving habits worldwide. 

All in, we’re tackling some substantial challenges that will hopefully help contribute to a better future for us all. At Tilt we call this ‘soul food’ and it’s kept us focused, motivated and most importantly united, throughout 2020.

Paying it forward

As a team we have also found unity this year by banding together to help others out. Our latest initiative “Lockdown Laps” has seen us run, walk, ride, swim and even skate our favourite outdoor routes, then convert our cumulative weekly mileage totals to the equivalent value for charitable donations. It’s been running for over 7 weeks now; and has helped us to feel all warm and fuzzy inside (kinda like drinking a mug of Gluhwein on a cold winters night). Overall, it’s helped us spread some love and kindness just when it’s most needed. 

With the festive season now fully upon us, it’s time for some light, sparkle and joy. Santa knows that the best way to spread Christmas cheer is to sing aloud for all to hear. So go on, release a little Bublé in your yule-tide bubble and enjoy a Christmas free from trouble!

Merry Christmas from us all at Tilt

Deck your halls.
With a collection of posters from Santas WFH grotto and an illustration of Santa himself showing us how it’s done.

Santas Grotto

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