As human beings, it is always in our hands. We can shape our own lives and our society.
Acting for change
As a strategy consultant, Frank Schabel accompanies companies on their path to progress. For him, sustainability is not just an economic issue, but above all a human one.
What does sustainability mean? For Frank Schabel, answering this question is central to our outlook for the future, because it goes far beyond the responsible use of resources. It affects our society and the very core of our existence. It is about developing common values that will carry us into the future. And for companies, it is about having an attitude that is not about ruthlessly maximising profits, but about acting in the spirit of humanity and the environment.
Frank Schabel is optimistic by nature. He believes in a future in which we humans will live alongside one another in harmony with nature and with each other. And he believes in future generations, whom he trusts to bring about this change.
As a strategist, Frank Schabel’s writing instrument plays an important role. His favourite pen is his LAMY 2000, since its timeless design is an embodiment of sustainability. “I think writing is still important,” he says. He likes to slow things down; it helps him to distinguish what’s important from what’s not important so that he can get to the heart of the matter.
A timeless classic, it is still one of the most modern writing instruments today. The trademark feature of the LAMY 2000 is its characteristic cigar shape. The design is emphasised by the sophisticated velvety matt surface and spring-loaded clip with a high-gloss polished back.
The unrivalled unique selling point of the series is the seamless transition between the two materials – polycarbonate and stainless steel. This is the result of complex production and machining processes which pair intricate craftsmanship with high-tech.