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The marketing agency with the city at its heart

We set people in motion. We make buildings, regions and cities (world) famous and turn users into fans and active contributors. As an urban agency, we’re inspired and energised by world cities, and transform this into original and eye-catching communication plans. Always backed by a well-conceived strategy and a powerful concept, with maximum impact and lasting results. Experience how our strategists, marketers and campaigners always do things a little bit differently. In 2028 we aim to have made the lives of 28 million urbanites better and brighter. Want to read more about our ambition?

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Tackling urban development: catching dreams in Amsterdamse Poort
Tackling urban development: catching dreams in Amsterdamse Poort

We all create the city. Exactly for this reason we gathered dreams for the urban transformation of Amsterdamse Poort, the centre of Amsterdam South-East, together with artist Munir de Vries. In exchange for their ideas and… lees verder

Placetesting: the antidote to placemaking inflation
Placetesting: the antidote to placemaking inflation

A city beach, a food truck festival or a community garden are all ways to temporarily revitalise vacant sites. Place making is a crucial element for the marketing strategy of places and spaces. Obviously, there’s nothing wrong with putting a dull or forgotten place back… lees verder

On our way to a #Happy2028
On our way to a #Happy2028

We enthusiastically shouted ‘Happy 2028!’ almost two years ago. Some of you thought we accidentally missed a decade with our New Year’s greetings, but it was really our intention. By 2028 we want to have made the lives of 28 million urbanites a little more… lees verder

Mathilde Riou from Nantes, France
Mathilde Riou from Nantes, France

How would you describe the city’s inhabitants? Nantes’ inhabitants are a very heterogeneous group, from catholic families to activists of the ZADs micro-society, from students to business men in suits. I find that the extremes are quite striking here. Why do you love… lees verder

Eva van Bolderen from Shanghai, China
Eva van Bolderen from Shanghai, China

How would you describe its inhabitants?  As a port city, Shanghai has always had a great mix of people living in the city; the original Shanghainese, but also a lot of domestic migrants and expats living here. I have been mostly surprised by their… lees verder

Anna Swagerman from Berlin, Germany
Anna Swagerman from Berlin, Germany

How would you describe Berlin’s inhabitants? Of course there are various bubbles, but many young people share a certain innovativity. From experimenting with alternative ways of living, to launching ideas in the start-up scene. Why do you love your city? Berlin has an… lees verder

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