We help the brave make a purposeful difference
Seventy Agency is an international brand and business design agency using tech, creativity, and business intelligence to unlock sustainable growth and build brands for a better future.
Our team is a beautiful mismatch of over 50 brilliant misfits from every corner of the world. Joined together in a culture where strategists, designers, analysts, film makers, copywriters, and art directors unite, we build brands and create experiences that drive real change for businesses around the globe.
What that means? Well, lets have a quick look into what we've been up to lately:
- We've helped bring Nothing out into the world, pioneering a future with flawlessly connected products that improve our lives without getting in the way.
- We've created the worlds first smartphone AR launch for OnePlus Nord during the height of the pandemic.
- We're moving Tietoevry, one of Nordics biggest tech companies, towards a future where 24.000 people work each day to create purposeful technology that reinvents the world for good.
- We've helped the country of Sweden to create stories that brings the brand of Sweden across the globe.
All in all, Seventy is a great place to grow and develop, both personally and professionally.
”I love how Seventy brings together an interesting mix of ambitious people from a broad spectrum of backgrounds and competencies. This mix not only gives us an out-of-the-box perspective when approaching projects, but it also provides a workplace environment that enables you to grow both as person and professional.”
"Seventy has an amazing culture built by amazing people, and our cross-functional approach to brand and business design is not only a recipe for success, but also for really fun times together as a team."
"Working at Seventy means belonging to a wonderful mix of people from all over the world, connecting a number of different experiences and interests. What brings us all together is dedication to creating great work, but we’re making sure to have a great time along the way."