Lithuanian digital design production company Gamadigi expects to win Scandinavian and Western Europe markets.
According to the CEO of Finnish marketing communication company Taskut Antti Leskinen, who is also one of the investors of Gamadigi, the decision to transfer production to Lithuania was not accidental.
“Great price – performance ratio, offered by Gamadigi enabled us to transfer production to Lithuania and increase our profitability. Lithuanians are very effective and have high quality standards. Taskut wants to strengthen its positions in the Baltic sea region, and Gamadigi will make a great contribution in achieving this. “– says A. Leskinen.
CEO of Gamadigi Julija Moisenko says that the main objective of Lithuanian company is to become a reliable partner, capable of adapting large quantities of digital and print material to different media channels in a shortest possible time.
“Scandinavia is a country having huge financial capabilities, therefore it is very difficult to compare its market to Lithuania‘s. According to the recent research by emarketer.com, in 2012 Norway had the biggest media spending per person in the world ($ 614.99), Sweden was 4th in the list ($ 431.19), Denmark – 5th ($ 427.17), Finland – 9th ($ 359.50).” – says Julija.
“We will seek to win high positions in the digital advertising market and to reach clients in Scandinavia and Western Europe. Our goal for the first year of operation – turnover of € 200 000. Our partner Taskut have operated in this field since 1985, therefore their experience will be highly useful. Together we are able to meet the highest standards.” – claims the CEO of Gamadigi.
Another important aspect of the partnership, emphasized by the CEO of Taskut – cultural differences between countries. “Partnership with Gamadigi enables us to reach Russian market, as Lithuanians have experience operating in their cultural environment.”
Julija Moisenko agrees with the partner: „Our specialists will have an opportunity to do internships in Finland, deepen their competence and cultural knowledge.