Archive: Communications Strategy

WHATIFI – DIGITAL INTERACTIVE THEATER

We love young brands with ambition Whatifi approached Chimney to help make their super-ambitious live, interactive theater experience digital. We obliged by launching their interactive entertainment/gaming storytelling app which also allows users to socialize with others while choosing their very own adventure party! Challenge: creating unskippable content How can we create ads with the purpose... View Article

MyDoctor – More Health for the People!

More Health for the People! Spreading the word has never been healthier. Swedish-based healthcare service app MinDoktor sought help to create Always On digital content to announce their exciting new service. And we happily obliged: We delivered 10 pieces of written content per week, over 200 landing pages and 50+ native articles as well as... View Article

AKAVIA – New name, same game

New name, same game! One of the best things about being a full-service creation studio with a wide spectrum of talents is our ability to answer our clients’ briefs – and then some. When the two Swedish trade unions Civilekonomerna and Jusek joined as one, they needed a brand-new-brand story. And Chimney were thrilled to... View Article

GOTLANDSSNUS: Who said small, local start-ups can’t go big?

Small player, big brand challenges – We're on it. Who said small, local start-ups can't go big? Here's how we helped Gotlandssnus, a local start-up with big ambitions, build up their brand and drive sales. Targeted digital campaigns, short time to market on a modest budget? We got it. DISCOVER GOTLANDSSNUS From good to great... View Article

CASE: ASSESSIO

Assessio Assessio is a leading HR tech and strategy consultancy firm, offering market leading digital solutions for selecting applicants and employee development. Visit Assessio The Challenge When Assessio approached Chimney, they had one clear goal: to establish a consistent online presence via ongoing content production. Our diverse spectrum of talent under one roof meant we... View Article