Grow and NINE are growing together
It is now official that Grow and NINE will join forces, merging as one. By doing so, we will strengthen our offering within strategic innovation and packaging design. Together, we are now 50 friendly colleagues coming together in our beautiful space at A house.
We help brands and
Since 2004, we have combined our expertise in strategy, design and communication with brand-driven business development to help our clients grow in Nordic and global markets. We are a holistic consulting firm, creating unique brand experiences with a clear objective – to drive change and create value.
Grow transitions Sonera to Telia in Finland!
Two clear, strong and prestigious national Finnish operator brands – Sonera and Tele Finland – now become one: Telia.
This makes the Finnish subsidiary a more integral part of the international TeliaSonera Company. The new brand will also be the largest in the market, from day one.
We at Grow are proud to have been the strategic partner throughout this transformation process. Telia, Thank you for your confidence!
Swedish Design Prize
Now it’s the turn of our sharp design work on developing an all new visual identity for Eniro to be nominated in the Graphic Identity (3A – Identitet – Grafisk identitet) category of the Swedish Design Prize.
The “Psychology on paper” campaign for Arctic Paper, inspired by psychiatrist Hermann Rorschach’s ink blot tests in the 1920s, has already been nominated in the Information Print category.
The psychology of being creative?
Grow’s partnership with Arctic Paper continues, this time with a pan-European campaign for Munken Design Range, celebrating the interplay of paper, psychology and creativity. Inspired by psychiatrist Hermann Rorschach’s famous ink blot test, we have made our own patterns for the beholder to interpret. All presented through an integrated communications activity on print, in digital, mobile and social media.
Svenska Designpriset Nomination
The campaign “Psykologi på papper” for Arctic Paper, inspired by psychiatrist Hermann Rorschach’s ink blot tests in the 1920s, has been nominated in the Information Print category.