Big Ideas is a truly agile advertising and marketing consultancy where the sole purpose is to create tangible value for our clients. We work in the span between brand development, core issues regarding your marketing plan and concept- and campaign development in all media channels. 

Our clients love our commitment to the business, the product and the people selling (and buying) their offering. Based on humbleness, experience, knowledge and strategic models we make them successful.


About Us

What can Big Ideas do for you?

Typical deliveries includes brand platforms, concepts and campaigns as well as design and full service assignments in advertising production. Operations swings over time to include commercial packaging and another day we act as a sounding board to management and boardrooms for evaluation and establishing digital business opportunities. Big Ideas is an advertising agency that offer senior advice within concept and business development and C-level marketing leadership – and we think we do it really well!

Small company – large clients?

Yep. Well, in all fairness – not always. We like to work as a spark plug in large companies in their different phases where it is needed. Sometimes brands need an overhaul, a new strong concept to work from or just a tune-up. We really don’t mind – our thing is to walk alongside our clients in their different need cycles. This means that we grow and strive upwards with our clients and have really long term relationships most of the time.

How do you do it?

We know a lot of people and live under the conviction that great people like to work together. This means that we have a large, tight and proven network of professionals that we use when needed. Producers, still- and film photographers, 3D artists, digital wizards, social media natives and overall awesome creatives. We think that an agency of today needs to be agile, fast moving, strong on ideas, resourceful and strive to be better all the time!

How about the numbers?

We are not making huge profits, but about 8-10% before EBITDA. Turnover has been on the rise over the past years and is currently at a rate of about 4 mil SEK: We are quite solid and strive to remain so in order to be a reliable partner for our partners and clients.

Industry News

  • NBC’s Fall Schedule Features Quantum Leap Reboot, George Lopez Sitcom
    av Bill Bradley på 16 maj, 2022 vid 14:00

    NBC is going back in time for its fall schedule. The network is adding two new series–Quantum Leap and Lopez vs Lopez–as it sets its fall schedule for the 2022-23 season, ahead of NBCUniversal’s upfront presentation later Monday morning. And each show packs a bit of nostalgia. With its fall lineup, NBC is looking to… […]

  • Barks and Recreation: Kimpton Hotels and Wag App Pamper Traveling Pets
    av Jason Notte på 16 maj, 2022 vid 14:00

    With few exceptions, the hospitality industry doesn’t embrace pets so much as it tolerates them. Ten years ago, my wife and I moved from Boston to Portland, Oregon with our two cats–Switz and Ernie–buckled into kennels in the back seat. We’d sent our belongings ahead in a storage container and plotted a northern route through… […]

  • United’s Biggest Ad Push in a Decade Centers Its Climate Goals. Is It Enough to Combat Flight Guilt?
    av Kathryn Lundstrom på 16 maj, 2022 vid 13:30

    United Airlines wants you to know: it’s not like other airlines. It’s a good airline. But when it comes to climate goals, the industry has a long way to go and a dismal track record of following through. Today, United is releasing a massive new ad campaign called ”Good Leads the Way,” in which its… […]

  • Snacks Now Have a Theme Song With ‘Return of the Mack’ Remix
    av Paul Hiebert på 16 maj, 2022 vid 13:00

    Because ’90s nostalgia seems to be here to stay, snack giant Frito-Lay has partnered with British R&B artist Mark Morrison for a new television commercial promoting the company’s variety pack. As one might expect, Morrison sings an altered version of his 1996 hit ”Return of the Mack,” which includes many mentions of Doritos, Cheetos and… […]

  • Fox Opts Against Setting Fall Schedule Ahead of Upfront, Adds New Gordon Ramsay Series
    av Mollie Cahillane på 16 maj, 2022 vid 13:00

    Fox is shaking things up this upfront season by not actually releasing a fall schedule. Bucking the norm, the broadcast network renewed a slate of dramas and comedies and added new series, but during its presentation Monday afternoon, it won’t be telling advertisers when those shows will actually air. ”We’re going to focus on a… […]


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