The design agency continues to grow and has recruited Gustav Bogeberg, Effie Clark, and Aliaa Noelle Hamza.
Digital design and communication agency Design Container has expanded its team and is returning to the office with three new recruits.
In an effort to consolidate its design team, Design Container continues to recruit people with a burning passion for design. The agency has appointed Gustav Bogeberg and Effie Clark as junior designers.
American Effie Clark is a graphic designer, newly graduated from the Rochester Institute of Technology in the United States. She has worked with various start-ups and environmentally aware businesses alongside her studies. Gustav Bogeberg is a young designer from Oslo who has a degree in Graphic Design from Kristiania University College and has previously worked on redesign projects and visual profiles for a range of clients.
“We are looking forward to working with Effie and Gustav. During the recruitment process where we were really only on the lookout for one junior designer, but Effie and Gustav impressed us so we thought we might as well take on both of them as junior designers. They have an incredible commitment and will add depth to our design team,” says Creative Director Michael Linnemann.
In addition, the advisory team has been expanded to include Aliaa Noelle Hamza, who comes from a role as marketing manager at GetAccept Norway where she has built up wide-ranging digital knowhow in this global SaaS company. Hamza has gained experience in working with CRM, AI solutions, and digital client journeys and has honed her skills in inbound marketing, SEO, and content production for B2B companies.
“Many of our clients work in segments that have seen robust growth over the past year, for example technology, finance and renewable energy companies. On this basis, we have increased the capacity of our advisory team by appointing Aliaa. She is already busy on her first projects, and our clients have been very welcoming towards her!” says CEO of Design Container Linn-Cecilie Linnemann.