Keep it real
At Spoon, we believe that the most powerful content comes from the real world. We use reality-based storytelling to help our clients reach their audience in a way that is engaging, effective and tangible.
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What makes the ultimate story?
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3 takeaways from Content Marketing World
Last week, Content Marketing World was held for the seventh year in a row in Cleveland, Ohio. Once again, the >
Why the future communications department works as a digital newsroom
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How 5 companies communicate sustainability
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It’s all about trust
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The Current State of Content Marketing in the Nordics [Infographic]
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Sales vs marketing: Who will be your hero?
Stop the silos. Make the customer journey coherent. Decide who owns the marketing narrative. These are the common themes of marketing in >
Why companies need to take a stand
In a fast-changing world, customers are looking for companies that share their values. Choosing which values to communicate is therefore an >
Can we ban bad native advertising?
Right now, there are plenty of guidelines for native advertising. And that’s not so strange. With an expected growth rate >
Telia’s online newsdesk
To face the challenge of digitalisation, Telia decided to set up an online newsdesk that would help them act proactively, >
KONE created a campaign website for the launch of its new service – KONE 24/7 Connected Services. Spoon’s mission was >
To attract adventurous skiers and position Vasaloppet as a player in more adventurous outdoor competitions, we created an editorial launch >
Volvo Trucks vs. Koenigsegg
Volvo Trucks vs. Koenigsegg was not just a great race. It was a great content marketing campaign.
What we do
We find out everything about your target audience. We analyse behaviours, channels, brands, traffic sources, messages and trends. Our insights lead to concrete plans of action for creating effective communications.
We believe reality will always trump fiction. The stories we tell come from the real world of our clients. They entertain, inspire and lead to change.
It’s not over once when you push the publish button – that’s when the real work begins. We track, measure and analyse the results to make sure you get the best possible return from our content.
- We find out everything about your target audience. We analyse behaviours, channels, brands, traffic sources, messages and trends. Our insights lead to concrete plans of action for creating effective communications.
- We believe reality will always trump fiction. The stories we tell come from the real world of our clients. They entertain, inspire and lead to change.
- It’s not over once when you push the publish button – that’s when the real work begins. We track, measure and analyse the results to make sure you get the best possible return from our content.
Spoon in figures
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Spoon Norway is located in Akersgata 30. The central location offers proximity to both the Parliament and Oslo’s main street, Karl Johan. Traditionally, Akersgata is known as the “newspaper street”, or Norway’s Fleet Street. Historically, it has been home to all the great newspaper titles – Aftenposten, Dagbladet and VG. While several of the papers have moved out, the street is still home to the Dept. of Treasury, Centralteateret and the central government complex.
Norra Allégatan 5
Spoon’s Gothenburg office is located in a building that was once part of a huge printing complex. The section of the building currently occupied by Spoon was built in the 1950s and originally stored large printing presses. Together with the other half of the building, which was built in 1990, the space has since been adapted for office use.
Gustav Adolfs Torg 45
"Let's meet at Gustav!" A meeting place at the heart of every Malmö resident – the square in the middle of the city. At the end of the 19th century, the northern part of the square was built where Spoon's office is located. The Neo-Renaissance buildings were very expensive and drew inspiration from the Mediterranean, hence the nickname "The Small Riviera". King Gustav IV Adolf, who in the beginning of the 19th century loved Malmö so much that he considered making it the capital of Sweden, was unfortunately replaced as the Swedish monarch, but from November 1806 to May 1807 Sweden was ruled from Malmö.
Spoon’s Stockholm office lies in what was once the warehouse for the Swedish Tobacco Monopoly. It was built in 1929 and includes a façade designed by Eskil Sundahl. For many years, Sundahl was the chief architect for the Cooperative Association for Architectural and Engineering Offices, and was also responsible for designing the KF-House and Katarina Lift at Slussen in Stockholm.
Kalevankatu 4, 3rd floor
Spoon Finland is located in a beautiful building in Punavuori, Rödberg. The oldest part of this building is from 1898 and the architect was Waldemar Aspelin. Originally this house served as the headquarters of Fazer and it was called Mestaritalo, meaning Masters’ House. The name originates from the fact that chocolate masters from St Petersburg came there to teach chocolate making.
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Norra Allégatan 5
413 01 Gothenburg
+46-31-10 21 40
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Gustav Adolfs Torg 45
211 39 Malmö
+46 70-727 22 78
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118 53 Stockholm
+46-8-442 96 20
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Kalevankatu 4, 3rd floor
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