We are proud to announce that Remotion is now a Gasell company, ranking among the fastest growing firms in Sweden! Every year, the financial newspaper Dagens Industri analyses and ranks Sweden’s fastest growing companies. The survey is based on the company’s four most recent annual reports. Less than 1% of Sweden’s limited companies meet the requirements to be eligible.
Who we are
It’s been 6 years already since Per Willebrand & Hannes Bünger founded Remotion, the consulting agency specialized in data-driven customer interactions. In 6 years, we have substantially grown in size. But our business growth doesn’t just come from new clients, it starts from the inside. We have diversified our fields of expertise to offer all areas that are relevant to succeed in digital marketing:
- Data-driven customer experience
- MarTech & IT architecture
- Data-driven business development
- Marketing & content
- New ways of working
From 2 partners to 3, from 1 employee to 15, our ambition has grown together with our desire to bring even more value to our clients. Finding people that fit our culture and looking after our employees has been key for a sustainable growth.
With the help of our clients, we transform customer data into relevant and value-creating customer interactions and have developed a methodology that supports our customers in analyzing their current state, formulating a strategic objective and laying out the path for achieving their digital and data-driven goals. The methodology we use has proven to be efficient, regardless of the industry and generates short time to market.
We make building a strong relationship with our clients a point of honour. We are a small company that wants to keep our DNA and stay personal even when growing.
Focusing on excelling in our main domain of expertise turned out to be one of our strongest success factors. After gaining the trust of dozens of big Swedish and Nordic firms, both B2B and B2C, we now aim to expand our operations and seize the European market. Stay tuned!
Jesper Molinder, Sofia Torpfeldt and Per Willebrand at the Gasell ceremony.