Forsman & Bodenfors Göteborg, Sweden Advertising / Full Service / Integrated

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Basic Info

Founded in: 1986

Employees: 120

Awards: 557

Creative Work: 218

Clients: 27


Contact

Kyrkogatan 48
Göteborg 411 08
Sweden
Phone: (+46) (0) 31 176 730
Email: info@fb.se
Website: www.fb.se

Erik Sollenberg

Erik Sollenberg

CEO

Phone: (+46) 31 17 67 30

Anna Qvennerstedt

Anna Qvennerstedt

Chairman of the Board/Creative Senior Partner

Phone: (+46) 31 17 67 30

Hans Andersson

Hans Andersson

CGO/Senior Partner

Phone: (+46) 31 17 67 30

When founded in Sweden 1986 Forsman & Bodenfors was a small independent agency with a vision to create world-class communication. 27 years later we are still independent, and ranked as one of...

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Forsman & Bodenfors

Kyrkogatan 48
Göteborg 411 08
Sweden
Phone: (+46) (0) 31 176 730
Email: info@fb.se
Website: www.fb.se

Erik Sollenberg

Erik Sollenberg

CEO

Phone: (+46) 31 17 67 30

Anna Qvennerstedt

Anna Qvennerstedt

Chairman of the Board/Creative Senior Partner

Phone: (+46) 31 17 67 30

Hans Andersson

Hans Andersson

CGO/Senior Partner

Phone: (+46) 31 17 67 30

Cannes Lions - Day 4

June 20, 2013

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We got a silver lion during yesterdays award show! Faktum Hotels was awarded in the Cyber - Craft Photo category. The photos were taken by Håkan Ludwigsson, be sure to visit his portfolio.

Faktum Hotels got a bronze lion in Cyber - Charity too and the Launch of the New Volvo FH won a bronze as well in Cyber - Digitally Led campaigns.

Our friends in Norway did even better. SMFB won one gold, one silver and one bronze lion for its Amphibiox site for Geox. Congratulations!

We’re looking forward to the shortlists that will be released tomorrow. Until then take a look at yesterdays Grand Prix winners:

Press - Apple “iPad mini” (TBWA\Media Arts Lab LA)

Design - Auchan “Selfscan report” (Serviceplan)

Cyber - Oreo “Daily Twist” (Draftfcb)

Cyber - Intel/Toshiba “The Beauty Inside” (Pereira & O’Dell)

Radio - Melbourne Metro ”Dumb Ways to Die” (McCann Melbourne)