Basic Info

Founded in: 1986

Employees: 120

Awards: 750

Creative Work: 271

Clients: 27


Contact Information

Kyrkogatan 48
Göteborg 41108
Sweden
Phone: (+46) (0) 31 176 730
Email:
Website:

Erik Sollenberg

Erik Sollenberg

CEO

Phone: (+46) 31 17 67 30

Anna Qvennerstedt

Anna Qvennerstedt

Chairman of the Board/Creative Senior Partner

Phone: (+46) 8 411 77 11

Hans Andersson

Hans Andersson

CGO/Senior Partner

Phone: (+46) 733757810

Founded in: 1986

Employees: 120

Awards: 750

Creative Work: 271

Clients: 27

Forsman & Bodenfors

Kyrkogatan 48
Göteborg 41108
Sweden
Phone: (+46) (0) 31 176 730
Email:
Website:
Erik Sollenberg

Erik Sollenberg

CEO

Phone: (+46) 31 17 67 30

Anna Qvennerstedt

Anna Qvennerstedt

Chairman of the Board/Creative Senior Partner

Phone: (+46) 8 411 77 11

Hans Andersson

Hans Andersson

CGO/Senior Partner

Phone: (+46) 733757810

News from the agency Forsman & Bodenfors

September 10, 2015

Coop, once the leading supermarket chain in Sweden, had been losing market share for years and needed to reignite their brand. In this ad (and in the film ”Welcome back”) it admits that it had lost its way and vows to reclaim its role as the consumer’s supermarket chain. A … read more

September 4, 2015

Sport brands and stores always feature young, athletic models in their advertising. Why is that? According to Swedish department store Åhléns, sports and wellness is for everyone. So when they launch their new sports section in Stockholm, it isn’t fronted by young sports s… read more

September 3, 2015

H&M was the first fashion company to launch a global garment collection initiative. Today, you can leave your unwanted garments in any of H&M’s 3500 stores. The clothes are reused or recycled into new clothes. This film, narrated by Iggy Pop, is a liberating message that en… read more

September 2, 2015

TV CommercialsCome onMy boss is gonna kill mePut them onShit I'm latePrint Ads read more

September 1, 2015

We all make mistakes – that's how we learn and grow. And Tele2 is no exception. To prove that they have matured as a company, we watch their spokesperson Francis follow the same path. read more