dunnhumby Norway

 

dunnhumby Norway

About dunnhumby Norway

dunnhumby was established in Norway in 2012 to help put the customer at the heart of Coop Norge’s business decisions — and those of its suppliers. Together, we develop insights based on shopping data gathered from over three million baskets every week. dunnhumby Norge enables the companies with which we work, including Orkla brands, Ringnes, Mills and Nortura, to use this insight to deliver a better shopping experience and more relevant marketing to their customers.

The dunnhumby team has a wealth of international experience ensuring that ranging, pricing, promotions and other retail decisions meet customers’ wants, needs and desires. Customers repay that loyalty with their own, buying one more product, one more time – or put simply – growing clients’ brand value.

dunnhumby Norway, based in Oslo, is currently working with a continuously growing client base of prestigious companies across a large number of categories.


  Offices

Sitting only a stone’s throw from the beautiful Oslo fjord and majestic Akershus fortress (built in the 13th century), dunnhumby Oslo is centrally located in the heart of the city, with great culture, great food and great people just around every corner.

Inaugurated in mid-2013, the office resonates the dunnhumby brand. Its wide open space encourages collaboration between the Retail, Communications & Media and Manufacturer Practice teams who work here. When privacy is required, or when we need to videoconference with our Indian colleagues, we grab one of our four meeting rooms named after gods of Norse mythology.

Year established:

2013

Country Head:

CARSTEN SKOG

Number of dunnhumbians:

30-34

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  Call us

Oslo: +47 2286 2000

 

  Clients

Shoprite
Exito
X5 Retail Group
SMU analytics
Coop Norge
Metro
Home plus
Tesco
Coke
Autozone
Raia Drogasil
Raleys
Monoprix
GSK
Kelloggs
Kimberly Clarke
General Mills
Nestle
Loreal
GPA
P & G
Mondelez
Unilever
McDonalds
Danone