The story behind the Ammonite


The image you just saw is an ammonite. What does it entail you ask? Let us guide you through the story behind this ammonite. This ammonite is a piece of art painted by Mark Okkes, the director of OCRE Group. Mark Okkes was inspired by an actual ammonite that he owns, and which is proudly presented at the office in The Hague. He can tell you many stories about it as he is a geology scientist as well.

The ammonite is a true representation of OCRE. It is a visualization of OCRE’s tagline to connect. The two halves are on the verge to be perfectly connected to another with OCRE in the middle. OCRE to connect. Have you connected with OCRE in 2020? Then you are not only an ocrean but you also contributed to the success of 2020. Therefore, you might have found an original Okkes in your mailbox, as it was this year’s new year card.

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