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JG Communication has been producing the Swedish-language staff magazine Attityd (Attitude) for the healthcare company Attendo Care since 2008. The idea behind the magazine is to establish a long-term relationship with employees and to strengthen Attendo’s corporate culture.
ASSA ABLOY wanted company videos that would stand the test of time and which focused on softer values – an unconventional approach for a company that is driven by technology.
In early 2011, the SSF (the Swedish Theft Prevention Association) decided to give its brand a facelift. JG Communication took on the task of producing a graphic profile that was deeply rooted in the association’s soul.
JG Communication followed Los Lonely Boys on their tour through the Rocky Mountains. The idea was to show how Ericsson’s technology simplifies everyday operations for an enterprise that is truly mobile.
The Swedish Dairy Association (Svensk Mjölk) wanted videos that would convey a new mindset about dairy farming – a feeling that it is worth making the effort to increase milk production.
A series of online videos designed to present KPMG to its customers and potential employees in a more personal way.
The Central Government Social Partners’ Council (Partsrådet) deals with development and renewal work on a daily basis. But when work needs to be done on its website, it prefers to hand the task to JG Communication.
In autumn 2010, Ericsson employees were asked to grade the company’s internal communications channels. They gave a good rating to Contact, and therefore also to Ericsson and JG Communication’s ambitions of publishing a modern feature magazine with items of current interest and in-depth articles.
Ericsson wanted to bring the attention of software developers around the world to its Developer Program. Working together with JG Communication led to the production of the Susie’s Sushi video.
Relationship-building and increased sales were prioritized areas when the SSF (the Swedish Theft Prevention Association) asked JG Communication to build a website that conveyed the balance between its non-profit-making and commercial operations.
Stopover magazine is expected to reach almost half a million people in 2011. The idea of the magazine is to inspire travelers and to attract them to new adventures and destinations.
Everyone knows that recognition is important. Because DeLaval has 29 local websites around the world, it is vital that every detail in texts, images and videos reflects the daily tasks of the dairy farmers accessing the site, regardless of the country in which they are based.
PR officers at Botkyrka Municipality have realized the importance of owning your own brand.
Construction firm JM wanted a video to explain the process of buying a newly produced home that was simple and easy to get across. JG Communication came up with a concept and produced the video.