Danish design agency wants to make a difference in Nairobi
Danish company Phoenix Design Aid launches a graphic design agency in Nairobi. The establishment of Phoenix Design Aid Kenya Ltd causes a sensation among local clients, who have for long sought local presence. Management emphasizes sharing of Danish know-how, focus on environment and climate, and local job creation through what will become Africa’s most certified design agency within graphic design and communication.
Management is thrilled about the launch in Nairobi, attributing it to excellent collaboration between the staff of Phoenix Design Aid and a local partner and investor, specialized in climate related topics and organizations. Dennis Lundø Nielsen is CEO in Phoenix Design Aid Kenya Ltd. He is thrilled to welcome clients to the newly established company by September 2017.
“We have made it this far due to exceptional efforts from Phoenix Design Aid management and local forces in Nairobi, as well as a visionary approach to the task. We have come far in a very short time, and I am excited that we are finally ready to launch our business in Nairobi and start creating local jobs,” says Dennis Lundø Nielsen, Phoenix Design Aid’s CEO.
Diligence and high quality combined with technical expertise and sublime customer service are all the competencies and values that make up the building blocks of Kenya’s leading design agency in project management and graphic communication on various platforms as well as event development and management. The company’s services are targeted niche markets and are especially distinguished because of their strong environmental profile. Like the parent company, Phoenix Design Aid Kenya Ltd. is certified in Social Responsibility (DS 49001), Quality (ISO 9001), Environment (ISO 14001), Health and Safety Management (OHSAS 18001), FSC CoCTM and CO2 neutrality.
The Danish parent company headquartered in Randers has for years worked with organizations, relief agencies and NGOs in Kenya. With steadily increasing activity and the expansion of an impressive customer base in Kenya, the launch of the Nairobi company has been on the drawing board for two years. As CEO of Phoenix Design Aid Kenya Ltd., Dennis Nielsen expresses his excitement about the coming business launch.
“Coping with the growing demand for complex solutions within graphic design and communication requires local presence. During a period of two years, we have been working hard on spreading the wings of our Kenya-based business, and I am very excited to welcome both current and future clients. In the same way, I am proud to be contributing to the distribution of Danish know-how and local job creation through a company absorbed in issues concerning climate and environment,” says CEO Dennis Nielsen.
The activities of the Nairobi business build on a foundation of cooperation with several international and national organizations, relief organizations, NGOs, the Kenyan government, and public authorities. Skilled employees are ready to receive clients and manage their projects. Local Business Development Manager, Faith Koli, has been appointed to the office in Nairobi. Faith Koli will manage all types of visual design and dissemination tasks, including a wide range of total solutions that favor design, layout, translation, printing and implementation of digital services.