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We provide the full scope of strategic design services for any size of company, from start up to multinational.
Research and insights
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Employer branding and team training
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By: Adam Thurland, Partner and Strategy Director I recently discovered that my iphone could be used as a magnifying glass by changing a couple of settings, it got me thinking, I’ve spent all this money, what other benefits does it have. As a stakeholder in a company that is looking to enter China, you […]
Get the RMB29 ALDI sparkling wine ready, ALDI open’s its first two (yes two) retail stores in China today! It’s an especially exciting day for us as we’ve had to keep it secret since our first project behind closed doors back in 2016. After choosing their Chinese name and putting the pieces of local brand […]
More so than in any other industry, most food & beverage start-up businesses are created out of pure passion (a love of food in general, a famous family dish that deserves wider recognition, a vision to change peoples eating habits etc.), and most F&B entrepreneurs – whether consciously or not – have an intrinsic set […]
It happened by chance, our office going plastic free for a week, but it brought about some interesting and positive changes to the office. The trigger for all of this began a couple weeks ago when our Account Manager Fion shared a story about The Final Straw, a collapsible reusable straw that fits […]
By: Adam Thurland, Director of Strategy at Thread Design “Eating healthy is more essential these days” is the consensus amongst participants according to recent Thread insights. Great news for imported food brands in China? It turns out that it’s not that simple… It’s no secret that the availability and ability to purchase imported food products in […]
Soymilk is a staple in every Chinese family’s breakfast. Growing up, children have memories watching mom’s and grandmom’s painstakingly soak soybeans, hand grind them, and drain out the bits. Nothing like a glass of soymilk, made fresh. But with today’s generation living a busy lifestyle, this tradition of making your own soymilk is fading. Why […]