The identity for Helsinki Design Week 2018 is by Kuudes! Read our interview on Helsinki Design Weekly.
Resumé: “Kuudes expanderar med ny COO – tar sikte på Kina”
Take a look at the key takeaways from the Nordic Food Branding 2018 event by Kuudes Stockholm
Happy eating — how the Chinese find their balance in life with food. Check out the blog post by Petra Väänänen and Roosa Luukkanen.
Kuudes and their clients brought home three awards from Vuoden Huiput, Finland’s most significant annual creative design competition. The book for Olafur Eliasson: Pentagonal Landscapes exhibition at EMMA, the Espoo […]
Our consumer insight research project in China has kicked off! Our goal is to gain new information about food trends in major cities in China as well as Chinese consumers, […]
Our consumer insight research project in China has started in Shanghai. Read more about the first steps from our team!
Olafur Eliasson – Pentagonal Landscapes was chosen as one of the most beautiful books of 2017 by the Finnish Book Art Committee! Published by EMMA Museum and designed by Tony Eräpuro from Kuudes!
Check out the photos from Nordic Food Branding 2018 in Stockholm!
What future needs do current trends create in your business? What is the change that your customers want you to help them make? Check out The Kuudes Watchlist 2018!
Kuudes is the Nordic forerunner in food branding and in-depth consumer research. Since 2004, we have created strong food brands in the Nordics. Now we are looking to blaze new […]
Grocery shopping is an inseparable part of our everyday lives. We visit the grocery store almost every day and buy the same products almost every time, or at least it […]
Nordic Food Branding Stockholm 2018 – inspiration and insights about food branding on 8 March.
Read more in Finnish (Markkinointi & Mainonta)
Campuses of the future: bringing life and lectures together. Read the article about campus design by Tiina Toivola and Susanna Ollila on Kuudes Insights.
Interested in the food trends of 2018? Read the blog post by our Strategist Niina Hietalahti (only in Finnish).