Welcome to a breakfast seminar on Generation Access!
SDG Stockholm invites you to to a breakfast seminar on Generation Access. Together with Stefan Szugalski from Stockholm School of Ecnomics we discuss the psychology of owning and what happens when access exceeds ownership, and trust becomes the most important resource for brands. Our Planner Rebecka and Head of Innovation Christian talks about the possibilities of this new consumer perspective. A warm welcome to join us for breakfast and insight at Grev Turegatan 11A november 27th from 07.30-9.00. Sign up here!
SDG Stockholm invites you to: CCM Sessions #3
On Thursday November 19 at 16.00 Scandinavian Design Group Stockholm, together with Stockholm School of Economics, invites you to CCM Sessions #3 - Marketing Frontiers. Following up the success of CCM Sessions #1 and #2, we would like to invite our friends and family to join us once more at the Stockholm School of Economics for an afternoon dedicated to cutting edge research within marketing. You will get to enjoy talks, participate in an experiment and mingle with your favorite colleagues. Center for Consumer Marketing (CCM) is one of Europe's leading research centers in Consumer Marketing Research and we hope to see you there! More information and Sign up here!
Dinner is served
Gilde Grov Stekepølse is a brand new range of high quality sausages for both everyday and special occasions. Coarsly grinded and lots of flavor. Krainer is a beech smoked delicacy flavored with wild garlic, pepper, lemon and caraway. The Salsiccia is a little more fiery type, featuring chili, parsley, fennel, garlic and thyme. The concept and the flavors are developed together with a number of famous Norwegian food bloggers. See a tempting serving suggestion from Heia Mat here.
Illustrations by Arild Sæther, packaging design by SDG. Bon appetit! (photo: Studio Isidor.)
Along with 4 other great candidates KUTT Gourmet, a concept from Trippel Season 1 is nominated to the award Ferd - Social Entrepreneur of the year 2015. KUTT Gourmet had its pop-up restaurant experiment this spring, and at the request of committed students, the concept is now reopened at Blindern University. Proud and humble we keep our fingers crossed!
Trippel kicks off again with Season 2
You’ve heard all about Season 1, where we developed new, green, sustainable concepts within the food industry. Season 2 targets the Textile industry and its challenges with overproduction and overconsumption, short lifecycle of products and sustainable growth. This Friday we gather potential participants to knead the challenge together. Trippel season 2 is in collaboration with The Norwegian Centre for Design and Architecture and Abelia. Read more at trippel.sdg.no
Blossa15 is finally here!
After almost one year of preparation we are happy to present Blossa15 – inspired by the British tea tradition with the taste of Earl Grey tea. Each year swedish glögg Blossa travels to a destination which inspires the design of the bottle as well as the flavour of the mulled wine. In 2015 the coordinates 51°29’53.5”N 0°08’11.6”W take us to the Bristish Islands, and The London Tea Company. Inspired by the afternoon tea tradition, the design of BLOSSA15 re-invents illustration techniques from traditional British china. Concept and design by Scandinavian Design Group, illustration by Mikael Eriksson.
Isabel Norström has graduated from Berghs School of Communication (congrats!) and is back with us at the Stockholm office as Junior Designer. We're thrilled to have her here again.
This week, the pop-up concept restaurant, KUTT Gourmet, a part of the Trippel portfolio, opened at Blindern campus (UiO). The KUTT experiment is a collaboration between SiO Mat og Drikke, Matvett and Kompass & Co. The main reason why we waste food is that it is nearing its expiration date "best before". Perfectly good food that goes straight into the bin! By using this food we can work towards a more sustainable utilization of resources. Every day a course is composed and sold at only 30 kr. Opening hours: Tuesday-Friday from 12 to 14 (or while supplies last), until 8 May. Read article from the local paper here, see the TV report from NRK Østlandssendingen here, and see more images here.