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Presentation Title: North Kingdom - An Inside View
Presenter: Robert Lindström and David Eriksson
Filmed at the SOLD OUT FITC Toronto 2010 Design Festival
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Step inside North Kingdom and get better notion on how things are conducted inside the creative monarchy. With great experience gained from collaborating with the worlds leading brands, North Kingdom will give you a sneak peek on how we make things work. A small agency fighting with the big bulls, from the HQ in Skellefteå and subsidiary in Stockholm, Sweden.

The presentation will feature deeper insights in our culture and the people of North Kingdom. It will give a view on our creative process and techniques, and also display the many challenges we face from clients, users and the business in general. Also, the main focus will be to give knowledge on how gaming features combined with intriguing storytelling can create great digital experiences.

Robert Lindström
North Kingdom has specialized in developing innovative design solutions within the interactive media. The company was founded in Skellefteå in 2003 by Robert Lindström and Roger Stighäll and has 17 employees today. The head office is in Skellefteå, Sweden with branches in Stockholm and Växjö. Vodafone Group, Absolut, BBC, BRIO and Toyota are some of the companies that North Kingdom has been working with, as well as some of the world’s leading advertising agencies; Goodby Silverstein & Partners in San Francisco, A.O.I. and Dentsu in Japan, Wieden & Kennedy in Amsterdam and Crispin Porter & Bogusky in Miami.

David Eriksson
David Eriksson is both Creative Director and CEO of North Kingdom since three years back. David operates from the North Kingdom HQ in Skellefteå far up north in Sweden and is involved in every big project that comes out of the building. David is the father of three girls and when he isn't occupied with managing them he enjoys going hunting and fishing in the wild forests of northern Sweden.

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