We are an international team of experts based in Malmö and Warsaw, with more than 10 years of experience in business strategy, branding and marketing . We’ve been working with established businesses and start-ups. Over the years we've developed a deep understanding of B2B tech and IoT markets, helping in start-ups launch as well as advising corporate clients.
From strategy to execution, we will prove to you that marketing is not a cost but an investment. Similarly to engineering, your marketing needs to begin with bright ideas and develop through research, consistency and constant adjustments.
We believe in the power of content marketing being the main driver of growth, leads and long lasting demand-generation.
Creating your own content targeting your audience, from scientific to non-tech journalists. Our design studio can handle the graphic design and execution.
Building your audience before creating your product. We will help you stand out and receive recognition on the market.
Our team can also provide copywriting services for IoT matters.
Implementing the cost-effective and results-driven solutions to sell your products.
Monthly report customised to your activity covering the high stakes (EU laws and norms, business and innovation, tenders and contests, and press review)
360°-creative campaigns to support your brand awareness, growth and sales.
Conferences and workshops for incubators, accelerators and schools in Sweden, Denmark and Poland.
An initial American concept, the third-place (or tiers-lieu in French) becomes an essential link to the smart city transition projects in France. It acts as an igniter and catalyst to developing smart villages projects. It becomes the prior first step for IoT deployment because of connectivity it requires.
Numerous projects are being put in place to reduce delivery time in urban centers (to less than 20 minutes), but what is it like for rural areas? Will the gap between the free instant delivery on one side and paid 3+ days delivery on the other increase?
Several concomitant cultural trends are setting up the basis for the rise of IoT retrofitting business: how to give a second life to “dumb -but fancy- objects”.