Thimus wants to contribute to the debate on what the humans of the future will eat.

It is a crucial question, which goes far beyond the simple food issue. Instead, it concerns both the conservation of the planet and of human beings, but above all, it confronts us with the theme of cultural diversity that food has always deeply embodied in history.

How are we going to prevent the food systems of the future from completely wiping out the enormous wealth of different food cultures? How much could this revolution – which has already begun – affect the emotional, social, and cultural equilibrium of the planet? Cultural neuroscience is an essential tool for obtaining answers and for disseminating them to decision-makers and public opinion.

The time has clearly come for involvement and activism: not political, but above all cultural and scientific. Thimus takes the enormous opportunity that its unique position in the global food landscape offers it very seriously. That is why we are committed on every front to improve, create an impact, and nurture a network of relationships that allows us to stay relevant and influence the choices of the major players we work with.

Why do we think we can make a contribution to the future of food systems?

Find out in the video produced for TEDx Udine Salon by part of Team Thimus.

Sustainability Index

Thimus has decided to apply this rating system based on an AI algorithm to its organization, which adopts an international interpretation of the sustainability of all facets of corporate life. A rigorous method, brought to Italy according to the criteria of the European SDGs by ARB Spa (insert link) and recognized by Black Rock as fully suited to the ESG approach in the financial world.

Code of Ethics as an integral part of our contracts

A complex topic, especially for those who, like Thimus, deal with neuroscience and, therefore, with the emotions and cognitive processes of human beings. The risk of finding oneself in some dangerous “gray area” is always tangible. For this reason, we have collaborated with the Master’s in Sustainability Management and Communication of the Higher Education Institution for the Environment of the Università Cattolica, including in our team a temporary member who has worked with the whole team and with Management to define the code of ethics and how to share it.

Is it possible to create a humanist company?

It may seem like a provocation, but it is also a topic of teaching and discussion for our CEO, Mario Ubiali, who since 2017 has been an external teacher at the Higher Education Institution for the Environment of the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore. Every year, Mario contributes to the educational journey of the Master’s students as well as to the course in education science, exploring issues that concern entrepreneurial soft skills, company purposes and ethics, as well as the humanist vision of business management.