Louis Costa / ED Design

The Scandinavian design agency ED Design Ltd. is strengthening its U.S. presence by opening new offices in Virginia Beach and San Francisco, USA.

ED Design has a strong customer base in the United States in Health Tech Design and Vehicle Design industries. “We want to provide a closer presence for our current and new U.S. customers. We are committed to creating success through design for our customers. This is the core of our Designing Success strategy”, says Mika Röykkee, CEO of ED Design Ltd.

Louis Costa has been named Business Development Manager U.S. at ED Design. He will be responsible for Sales and Marketing efforts in the U.S. market.

“ED Design has an excellent track record in solving challenging customer cases with experience from thousands of projects. I am bringing my wide network of U.S. contacts to ED Design to help the company grow, and to provide support for our U.S. customers to succeed”, states Costa.

According to Röykkee, this action allows ED Design to provide its proven R&D methods for a wider range of clients in the U.S. market. The company has long experience in specialized heavyweight Industrial and Mechanical Design with a strong service portfolio in both Digital and Strategic Design. “Industrial Design and Software UI Design are often seen as separate entities. We combine Product Design, Digital Design and Service Design to a single, clear entity. At ED Design, we have a solid understanding of what our customers and – more importantly – our customers’ customers need.”

ED Design creates success stories and is the winner of numerous international design awards and distinctions. A heavyweight in Scandinavian design, ED Design imagines successful solutions for the future.

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