DEC Projects
 
 

We make ideas come to life & change the world.

Innovative + Creative + Strategic

PUBLIC AFFAIRS + PUBLIC RELATIONS

 
 
 
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We are

Dedicated to change.

If not now, then when? If not us, then who?

DEC Projects knows that a single idea, person, or event, can change the world. That's why we are dedicated and focused on helping catalyze the change you seek. Whether it's a corporate strategy, strategic communications, policy development, brand development, experience design, social and economic ecosystem development, new business development, or creative-impact based campaign creation: we do it all.

Let us work for you.

 
 
 
 

Today’s obstacles.
Tomorrow’s solutions.

We live in a unique time with unique challenges. No matter how big your obstacle may seem, we have the skills and team to get you the solutions you need and the outcomes you desire.

Because not only do we do it all, but we do it anywhere too. From the shores of the developed world to the frontiers of developing markets in the hardest to reach places, we have assembled a collection of do-ers and executed projects under the most adverse circumstances because that’s what it takes to produce change making solutions.

We live to make the impossible become achievable.

Meet some of the clients we have worked with around in the world in creating change.

 
 
 
 
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We Are

Devising strategies and campaigns that change everything.

 
 
 
 
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Maejor x WAV x Notes For Notes x Native Instruments x DEC Projects

Presents: WAVmakers

WAVmakers EDU is a series presented by WAV, Notes For Notes, Native Instruments, and DEC Projects that helps young people experience the behind the scenes stories and lessons from some of the industry's most prominent hitmakers - at free public studios.

 
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Daniel Dart x ACE x Upworthy

Presents: How Did We Get Here / How Do We Leave

How did we get here / How do we leave is a raw and revealing campaign and event hosted at ACE Hotel DTLA in partnership with Upworthy & GOOD Media that aims to answer two questions: Why are people homeless? And how can we fix it?

Artist and provocateur Daniel Dart is no stranger to homelessness, having lived on the streets, eating in soup kitchens for over two years in his late teens and early twenties. It is with those memories, he went out to Skid Row in Los Angeles, to ask the people directly affected themselves. This is what he found.

 
 
 
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Daniel Dart x Leica x UNHCR

Presents: Stateless - Stories From The Edge Of The World

The Sahrawi refugee camps in Tindouf, Algeria, are a collection of camps set up in 1975-76 for Sahrawi refugees forced from their homes during the Western Sahara War. For over 40 years, the Sahrawi - stifled by limited opportunities for self- reliance and the harsh desert environment - have been forced to rely on international humanitarian assistance for their survival. Children are born, grow up, and die in the camps.

Over the course of two years, Daniel Dart put together the most comprehensive presentation of this heartbreaking situation, and created an exhibit that will travel the world bringing awareness to this forgotten and overlooked crisis.

 
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Bezos Family Foundation x Save The Children x Teachr

Presents: Youth Uplift

Over 115,000 students in 28 countries made 290,000+ hands for the Youth Uplift Challenge. For every hand you made and sent in, the Bezos Family Foundation donated $1.90—up to $500,000—to Save the Children’s programs empowering youth in Nicaragua and Indonesia to rise into a life they dream for themselves.