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North Kingdom Expands to the U.S.

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Swedish digital creative shop North Kingdom is setting up its first U.S. office in Los Angeles. The American market already comprises 50 percent of the company's turnover, and clients include Netflix and Google.

The team in L.A. will consists of creative director Daniel Ilic, producer Mia Wallmark and senior art director Jakob Nylund (seated, left to right). They are pictured here with CEO/CD David Eriksson (far right) and managing partner & co-founder Roger Stighall (far left).

North Kingdom broke out on the U.S. scene more than five years ago and helped to create landmark digital campaigns like "Get the Glass" for California Milk Processors Board and the GE "Smart Grid" campaign, out of Goodby, Silverstein & Partners." Recently named to Creativity's 2012 Production Standouts, North Kingdom more recently was behind notable projects like the award-winning music video/fashion catalog/e-commerce site for Only Jeans, out of Uncle Grey Copenhagen, as well as Google projects such as Lego Build With Chrome; and Google Chrome Bounce Ball.

Currently, the company consists of 45 employees in its Swedish offices. Other clients have included Coca-Cola, Vodafone, Toyota and adidas.

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