Norden är en tillväxtregion för Accenture Interactive, både vad gäller att fostra kreativ talang och expandera sitt digitala erbjudande. Nyligen presenterades Adam Kerj som ny kreativ chef för organisationen, och kort därefter förvärvades de kreativa byråerna The World Loves och Kaplan i Sverige. Accenture Interactive har även rankats som världens största digitala byrå av branschtidningen Ad Age.
“Hjaltelin Stahl har alltid skapat kommunikation och kundupplevelser utifrån mottot ’Logic and magic in any media’. Accenture Interactive verkar utifrån samma värderingar, men på en mer global nivå.”, säger Nicolai Stahl, Creative Director och partner på Hjaltelin Stahl.
Som en del av Accenture Interactive kommer Hjaltelin Stahl att få tillgång till Accentures breda erfarenhet, globala närvaro och kompetens inom design, reklam, innovation, innehållsproduktion, marknadsföring och upplevelseplattformar.
”Vi har alltid vetat att om vi ska gå ihop med någon, så skall det vara just Accenture Interactive. Våra respektive organisationer representerar olika, kompletterande erfarenheter och kulturer som tillsammans bidrar till att vi kan erbjuda ännu bättre kundupplevelser.”, säger Steffen Hjaltelin, ordförande och partner på Hjaltelin Stahl.
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