We’re looking for an skilled production manager, with a broad experience from different types of projects and channels, ranging from film/motion to event and digital and social campaigns. You’ll be working closely with a project manager and account director, running many different kinds of projects and productions for a Swedish client. You’re right at home creating time plans, budgets and following up ongoing projects with clients - and you make things happen! You will also be running your own projects.
We’re collaborating with Inhouse in this recruiting process, and therefore ask you to submit your application with CV to email@example.com.
We’d love to have you installed in August, right after the vacation period.
Today is the premiere of Typiskt Göteborg, a web TV series in four parts, where David Sundin and Kakan Hermansson challenge the idea of what is typical for Gothenburg. Every episode is based on a classic image of Gothenburg, and the duo takes it from there and experiences the city in their own way.
The web series Typiskt Göteborg is the foundation of Göteborg & Co:s summer campaign. The series is led by comedian David Sundin and Kakan Hermansson, who barely had met before shooting the show. Now, they’re a tightly knit duo. During the course of the series, you’ll be able to follow David and Kakan as they experience the city in their own way, and challenge the image of Gothenburg. They will take on a couple of classic themes and from there, they widen the image of what the city has to offer – both the things you associate with Gothenburg, but also things easily missed by visitors. It’s an entertaining journey that stretches over four episodes, all characterized by lots of humour and warmth.
“This is an exciting and new approach which also goes well with our digital strategy. We’ve let go of a lot of the control that you usually have in a traditional campaign, letting the hosts control the show with their personalities. It goes very well with the personality of Gothenburg, which is very open and inclusive” says Camilla Nyman, CEO at Göteborg & Co.
The agency behind the series is Stendahls. The production company is Nexiko.
“The challenge of marketing a destination is that there is so much to say and to show, that it’s often hard to reach the entire target group and still be on point. But with this format, we can do just that”, says Andreas Gunberg, Key Account Manager at Stendahls. “David and Kakan have been allowed to do their thing during the taping of the show, and it made the result more real in a way that is difficult to achieve in similar advertising productions. I think it will show when you watch the series”.
This positive view of the taping of the show is confirmed by the duo:
“Despite early mornings and late evenings, we laughed our way through it. And I think it shows that we genuinely had fun. We never wanted it to end”, says David Sundin.
Kakan Hermansson continues:
“I think the most fun was when we took over the fish auction and I managed to charm 80-year-old fishermen, who were really difficult to approach. Or when I forced David to ride the foulest ride at Liseberg. That had something.”
The first episode of Typiskt Göteborg premiers today, Monday 30/5, and then another episode will be released once a week during a course of four weeks. Stendahls and Nexiko created both series and campaign at the request of Göteborg & Co, Liseberg and Universeum.
Stendahls is now looking for an ambitious creative who’s into innovative, conceptual, big thinking.
You’re passionate about your work, ambitious, and keen to show what we can achieve together – with the help of creativity and the latest thinking on how communication actually works. Starting out with a channel-independent approach, you can work with both digital and traditional channels, and with PR, events and much more. You know what we mean. As well as a talented creative, you must also be a skilled copywriter.
Stendahls is thriving, and we’ve recently secured several new clients. You’ll be working with some of our largest and most exciting brands.
We’re now launching Energisymfonin (The Energy Symphony) – a unique piece of music based on graphs that shows the energy consumption of Gothenburg. The purpose of the campaign is to make people aware of how we use energy. Göteborg Energi and Stendahls are behind the project.
Energisymfonin is a collaboration between Göteborg Energi, Maia Hirasawa, Klas-Henrik Hörngren (Klabbes bank) and the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra. In the music, we hear how the energy consumption varies throughout a year as the temperature goes up and down and half a million inhabitants of Gothenburg shower, work, cook and sleep. The insight behind the campaign came during a visit to the graph room at Sävenäs cogeneration plant.
“I think most of use walk around carrying some sort of climate anxiety, but at the same time it can feel rather hopeless to try to make a difference. In the energy graphs, there’s a bunch of exciting data that proves that the little things we do in our everyday lives really does matter, when many are doing it at the same time. When half a million people take a morning shower for example, it shows”, says Maja Kipatsi Danell, copy at Stendahls.
Energisymfonin is the first step in a long-term project designed to create commitment for energy issues.
“Using music to convey a message is not unique, but Energisymfonin is more than a soundtrack to a campaign. It’s a new way of making interesting data available to the public, packaged as something that hopefully is seen as more exciting than if we just would have talked about kWh” says Andreas Gunberg, Key Account Manager at Stendahls.
“Since we haven’t had much opportunity to work with purchased media, our focus has been on creating something interesting that people actually want to take part in, and that contributes positively to the community, which is a cornerstone in Göteborg Energi’s value-driven communication strategy”, says Andreas.
Energisymfonin is presented in form of a music video and a short documentary about the project. On the campaign site, you can listen to the music connected to the graph, and get tips on how to easily save energy in your everyday life. Energisymfonin is also available on iTunes and Spotify. The campaign will be released in full during week 21.
This weekend, Jaktia won "Årets Marknadsföring" (Marketing of the year) at Frannygalan, hosted by Svensk Franchise. The prize was awarded to Jaktia in collaboration with Jajja Media Group.
The jury’s statement read “With width in utilization of channels, wide distribution and understanding of the value of self-produced multimedia, as well as skilful work with narrative content” as Jaktia accepted the award for “Årets Marknadsföring” at Frannygalan on the 19th of March.
Jaktia is Sweden’s biggest retail chain when it comes to hunting and fishing equipment. Stendahls launched Jaktia’s communication strategy last year, where the knowledge among Jaktia’s staff was highlighted.
This Tuesday, we took home gold in the category Finance & Insurance at Guldnyckeln. We won the award for The Nasty Filter, which was launched last year.
The Nasty Filter was created for Länsförsäkringar Göteborg och Bohuslän, and works as a reminder to use kinder language in digital channels. The Nasty Filter is the world's first app against cyber bullying - it autocorrects nasty words, turning them into nice ones.
Over the past six months, we’ve recruited a whole bunch of new people to the Stendahls family, and we’re very happy to have them all with us. Meet ten of our newest recruits:
Cathrine Karlsson is our new CFO, who before Stendahls worked at Nine Yards as CFO/Business Controller.
Karolina Fallgren and Erica Wallin are two of our new project managers. Karolina worked as production manager at CP+B Göteborg for two and half years before joining Stendahls in February 2016. Erica has worked for a number of consultancy firms, and previously worked at Ottoboni as project manager and account manager.
Chris McHenry is one of our copywriters. His background is in film and television, and he’s experienced in B2B work.
Our newest Art Director is Mats Tellving. Before Stendahls he worked at DDB.
A new addition to our film team is Linda Engström, film production manager. She has previously worked at smaller ad agencies where she’s been in charge of production containing film, web, apps, print, campaign ads etc.
Erik Toresson is our content manager. He has previously worked at R/GA where he was a part of launching the new volvocars.com.
We’ve also recruited several systems developers. Boris Estrada who’s a specialist consultant in web development with 15 years experience. Tobias Höglund who before joining Stendahls worked at CGI, developing a financial system for service-providing companies/public authorities, Tolgay Pek who worked for many years in the consulting industry. He’s worked with everything from production systems, to Web2Print and e-commerce websites. Andy McPherson, who we welcomed last summer, and who has previously worked on developing a 3D surgical planning system. And Markus Ullmark who previously worked at R/GA.
Pictured from left to right, top row: Boris Estrada, Karolina Fallgren, Cathrine Karlsson, Tolgay Pek. Pictured from left to right, bottom row: Mats Tellving, Tobias Höglund, Andy McPherson, Linda Engström, Erica Wallin, Erik Toresson.