Oxby

THE COMPANY

Who

Oxby is a danish graphics lab and communication company.

The company consist of two brothers and was established in 2000 by graphic designer Paul Nicolas Oxby.

Journalist Simon Oxby joined later. He has experience from television stations Denmark and as a communicator in political organizations.

Together they have 50 years experience in written and visual communication. Oxby work with clients across northern Europe.

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The clients

PAST & PRESENT

Thank you for your business

LEJKA · Aschehoug · Bazar Publishing Norway, Denmark, Sweden & Finland · Cortek Law · Cicero · Earbooks AB · Follow That Dream · Forlaget Carlsen · Forlaget Hr. Ferdinand · Forlaget Punktum · Gyldendal · ID Academy Media · Jive Records · KanonProduktion · Løfbergs Forlag · Lydbokforlaget · Nordic Records · Orange Records · RCA · Rosinante · Saxo.com · Scandinavian Records · Tiderne Skifter · Zomba Records

Workplaces

PAST

We were happy to work at

Realdania · Nordisk Film · Danmarks Radio (DR) · Djøf · Dansk Metal · Kommunikation & Sprog and more.

  • Jan Blicher Grunnet, LEJKA
    We got help from Oxby in order to become more visible in the general public. We have a product that could end a lot of housing scams and wanted the Danish politicians and media to know that. Oxby has been a big and on-going help in setting that agenda. From a media strategy - to developing quality content for social media and the press. Oxby is a down to earth communication firm - and they are good at connecting the media strategy to my vision for the future of LEJKA.dk. 
  • Depressionsforeningen
    The Danish Association of Depression has worked with Oxby as part of our advocacy campaigning for enhanced openness surrounding mental health. With Oxby you know you get speedy action and well researched work. Perhaps their strongest point is turning expert knowledge into articles and messages that appeals to a wider audience. They always deliver, and when they do, the quality is good.
    The Danish Association of Depression
    Morten Ronnenberg, Secretary General
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