Over a few grey and depressing days in February, it was the spring and romance that captivated the Stavanger region. Now that Air France is starting up daily direct departures to Paris, well, it's almost as if Paris is here.
Over the next 10-15 years, Stavanger Airport Sola is set to invest almost NOK 2 billion in extending, altering and building a new and better airport.In partnership with Avinor/Stavanger Airport, Sola, we developed a communication concept for this construction project – and gave it a name: ‘Solaløftet’* This means first and foremost that the region's airport is set to have a major facelift.
Together. During ONS 2014. Wintershall is one of the fastest growing operator companies in Norway. The company has proven they can make things happen, with an ever-growing number of new business partners too. With a high profile campaign, the company communicated this message to the 90,000 visitors at ONS 2014, not to mention the rest of Stavanger.
A. Idsøe's pinnekjøtt is a Christmas tradition for many people. So many people in fact that even the queuing system in the shop has become a tradition in itself. This year, A. Idsøe and Fasett created an extra reminder for those who wanted to buy their pinnekjøtt early this year – and for those who just wanted to start looking forward to it.
Maersk Drilling is growing in Norway, with a lot of North Sea activity planned over the next few years. Because of this, the company is now recruiting more personnel to deliver their service: drilling holes in the ground.
Rosenberg was acquired by the WorleyParsons Group, making it part of the world's largest engineering company. For Rosenberg, it was important to tell the outside world that Rosenberg now has a global presence, that WorleyParsons is originally an Australian company and last, but not least, that: Rosenberg is ready to take on new, bigger assignments in the years ahead. Hello world and welcome to Stavanger, say the experienced engineers at Rosenberg.
Byfjordparken is a new business and residential development project which is set to be established just outside Stavanger city centre. The project will be realized on the shores of Byfjorden, a unique and exceptionally attractive location for both homes/apartments and office premises, which the development is to include. We have developed a communication concept which will primarily place emphasis on the location’s advantages with regard to transport/communication.
A simple poster which became an awareness campaign aimed at ‘after-party rape’. The City of Stavanger is actively working to combat after-party rape in environments and situations where such dreadful incidents generally occur. We invited young people to a workshop at which they could contribute sentences, input, thoughts and expressions which they actually use. All the participants wrote down their views and attached them to large photos which became four boards. Honest and unedited.
We make things happen, is Wintershall Norge’s slogan. And with a high profile, we have presented a company that is growing, both on digital interfaces and in other media ahead of and during ONS 2012 in Stavanger.
For almost 40 years, the Stavanger-based company GMC has been a driving force for many companies involved in shipbuilding and rig modifications. The company was looking for revitalisation, and a campaign was articulated around the new customer pledge: Consider it done. Fasett developed a campaign containing design elements and communication which clarified ‘the GMC spirit’ and the way in which the company can communicate with its markets more clearly
On 15 June Sandnes Sparebank launched its new mobile bank. Simple and easily recognisable. "Get what you point at", was the message being sent through all the channels. The launch was two-fold, as it was initially aimed at existing customers.