6.SANS BITE EN | The Brand Innovation Agency | Communication that matters
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Ekebergveien 178,
1162 Oslo, Norway
E-mail: info@6sans.no
Phone: +47 22 59 94 60
www.6sans.no
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6.SANS BITE EN | The Brand Innovation Agency | Communication that matters
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A Branding Agency that Drives Change

We specialize in exploring and utilizing non-traditional methods in branding and communication. By developing innovative and challenging concepts for moving and communicating brands, we create real change, both internally and externally.

INSIGHT

We define the gap between your organizational and public brand perception – mapping out the strengths, opportunities and challenges for your brand. Together we discover strategic directions and brand opportunity spaces.

STRATEGY

We define and develop integrated brand platforms, brand strategy and holistic communication strategy.  Together we define the foundation for holistic brand development, positioning and create innovation perspectives.

COMMUNICATION

We create solid communication concepts and tactics to implement and position your brand’s identity or DNA  – as a cultural change agent inside your organization or as a positioning tool in the market sphere.

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DELIVERED PROJECTS

153

WORKSHOPS

375

ACTIVATIONS

1200

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Brand Development

In BITE we believe in simplicity being the ultimate sophistication – a notion that is mirrored in everything we do together with our clients. We develop long-term brand value, and unique, brand-based competitive advantage.

We believe that our approach meets todays’ and future brands’ demands by making strategic brand management accessible and operational.

Our services are based on a core process model, which describes  five dimensions to create powerful brands. Step in wherever your brand is in need of change. The different parts of our process can be implemented and started off anywhere on your brand life cycle. We are here for you.

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“BITE KNOWS BRANDING, AND MORE IMPORTANTLY – THEY ARE EXTREMELY GOOD AT  TRANSFERRING THAT COMPETENCE INTO GREAT PROCESSES ENABLING ORGANIZATIONS TO DEVELOP THEIR BRAND. IF A BUSINESS IS PLANNING TO ADJUST OR DEVELOP ITS BRAND, BITE COMES HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.”

 

JØRGEN RUI, CMO Ya Bank

OUR CASES

This is a selection of our cases within insight, strategy, and communication.

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SOME CLIENTS

We are glad, humble, and very proud that we are given the opportunity to work with some of the strongest brands in the Nordics – and the world.

New & Noteworthy

Read our blog posts and other interesting stories from the world of branding and communication.

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Why? Why.

(...) after the glory days of Mad Men idealism, marketing and branding is NOT all about (trying to) getting the sale based on product features, the best tagline or the award winning advertising campaign. It’s about identity....

Living The Brand – a Buzzword Explained

Buzzword alert - "living the brand" seems to be an expression that could need a little deeper perspective.Living the brand roots back to the general perception of brands and branding, and involves a lot more than just adhering to established brand guidelines, which usually tend to address a lot of logo and very little culture.If an organization really "lives the brand" - what does it really do?...

Always start with Why…

People don't buy what you do - they buy why you do it. The content in this post is taken in its whole from the YouTube-video featured....

The Psychology of Belonging – Why People Become Brand Fans

Does your firm have a why statement? This is not a description of what you do – but rather a statement concerning why you do what you do. The content of this post has been taken in its whole from MarketingProfs by Peter Herrnreiter....