The Newborn Monument (NEWBORN) is a typographic sculpture and tourist attraction in Prishtina, Kosovo. The monument was unveiled the day that Kosovo formally declared its independence. “NEWBORN” was chosen for the power to describe the birth of a new country and present Kosovo as a new country.
Citizens have found various meanings in the slogan, including “NEW life is BORN”, “NEW hope is BORN”, “NEW future is BORN”, “NEW country is BORN”. In our case, the word “country” would mean “location”, and I found it remarkably similar to the meaning of “monument” with SCOOP & SPOON’s new location in Prishtina.
Some of us who work here are part of generations that have experienced war, and the moment you experience freedom you feel like you are reborn. An opportunity to work for SCOOP & SPOON is an enormous success. Our life stories, and our way up to here is luckily something others can only imagine. We’ve shown the same passion to work hard and show the world that we can be equal and reach the same level as in other European countries.
This is proven by the fact that we work for an Austrian company. The company has amazing clients for whom we’ve developed websites. When we first started, we developed small projects with WordPress. This was a tremendous success for us. Now we’ve brought to life Simon’s idea for the SCOOP 360° platform. Unlike the other technologies, we’ve combined virtual images, real images, and Angular and WordPress. These 360° showrooms are on another level.
Long story short, we are “NEWBORNs” in SCOOP & SPOON, with lots of energy. We’re proud to mention the projects that we’ve worked on and been awarded for. These are used around the world – such as during the Tour de France for Abus, for the Austrian Tourism showroom, a Climate and Mobility Event for AVL, Abus Real Estate and an Abus Virtual Fair showroom. This creates a feeling that we’ve crossed all boundaries.
The opportunities offered by the company are extraordinary. Because we don’t feel limited, even though we can’t travel freely to other countries. I’m not even shy when I mention that my first trip by plane was for a company event, and that has been an indescribable feeling.
– Kaltrinë, Head of Development Frontend Solutions