10th Edition of TWELVE: Expanding Horizon through Creativity

10th Edition of TWELVE: Expanding Horizon through Creativity


The new possibilities of generative AI open up unprecedented opportunities in every area of business and society. In order to remain successful, it is important for people, brands and companies to question themselves, change and broaden their own horizons. The tenth issue of TWELVE, Serviceplan Group's magazine for brands, media and communication, is therefore dedicated to the theme of "Expanding horizons through creativity". 

In the age of AI, human creativity is the most important driver of innovation and thus of success. The main theme of this year's anniversary issue of TWELVE, the Serviceplan Group's annual corporate publishing magazine, is therefore "Expanding horizons through creativity". "The fascinating diversity of creativity makes the statements, artworks and drawings to the question "Why are you creative?" by 400 internationally renowned artists and personalities, which filmmaker Hermann Vaske has compiled for TWELVE. They make this TWELVE a unique tribute to the diversity of human creativity.

The anniversary edition provides insights, strategies and innovative solutions that go beyond the familiar horizon. It shows how companies and brands can reach a new level of viability through creativity and innovation. It also explores the potential of AI and new technologies as drivers for brand management. Guest authors include personalities like transformation researcher Professor Dr. Maja Göpel, entrepreneur Bastian Fassin, Judith Borowski from Nomos Glashütte and You.com founder Richard Socher, Michael Götz from Gustavo Gusto and professional racing driver Laura-Marie Geissler, war correspondent Dr Antonia Rados, photographer and environmental activist Sebãstiao Salgado and Serviceplan Group experts from the Houses of Communication.

Florian Haller, CEO Serviceplan Group: "We do not see artificial intelligence as a threat. We see it as our mission to understand and harness this revolutionary technology as quickly as possible. Even in the age of AI, we believe that human creativity is the most important driver of innovation. Our ÜberCreativity concept takes this to a new level. I am proud of our latest issue of TWELVE, which, thanks not least to Hermann Vaske, pays tribute to this great human ability. It is the best proof of Serviceplan’s credo: Everyone is creative!"

Find the current TWELVE e-paper here