Posted on August 7, 2006. Filed under: VentureOfMine |

At LundKenner we are building at Agency – to support our own aims and help companies that we find interesting. As a start we have around 35 people under with us – and will probably grow pretty fast. Since the guy infront Jakob – is the fastest and sharpest rabbit on the world of animals on advertising farms (bullock writing). I want to call the agency SteepGreen – it just nice and forward…

And not to many people have used it before:

Please give me your opinion (USE COMMENT)


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3 Responses to “SteepGreen”

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Hej Morten

Jeg har fulgt din blog igennem et års tid, og jeg finder det spændende at følge dine projekter, så jeg skriver til dig, fordi jeg håber at du kan hjælpe og fordi jeg ikke har din mail.

Jeg er på udkig efter nyt arbejde eller lad mig omformulere dette… UDFORDRINGER… Jeg er på udkig efter en inovativ og kreativ virksomhed, hvor man tænker “uden for boksen” og der er plads til selvstændig tankegang.

Jeg stopper her så alle ikke får min livshistorie, selvom det måske kunne være god branding på denne blog : ) men håber du vil skrive tilbage på mail.

/Martin Larsen

Sounds intriguing! What would SteepGreen’s unique proposition be? I guess lots (well, the majority) of Ad agencies are looking to help companies create, grow and keep profitable customers.

Looking forward to hearing you elaborate 🙂


It would be good if SteepGreen offered tools to measure whether or not (and if so, how much) customers understand a brand’s purpose the way its executives do. Some way to evaluate marketing messages with statistics and numbers, to make advertising less of a crapshoot and more of a known entity.

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