Enhanced online presence

Fortytwo Group has overhauled its brand image and online presence through the creation of a new website which is more rep­resentative of the group’s values, vision and strategy.

The group has collaborated with Icon on this project, and the new website was launched in record time.

The website is intended to be an interactive online presence through which the group can communicate its dynamic spirit and ideas, which are constantly seeking to break new ground in the fields of telecommunications and IT, but which also seek to venture into other industries and sectors.

The site seeks to show the company’s energetic nature. Fortytwo started out in 2001 and, encouraged by the success of the original telecommunications company, the two founders are now seeking to venture into other industries in the very near future. Fortytwo Group acts as an umbrella, uniting different companies by way of a consistent value system in which its corporate culture is rooted.

“We are excited and pleased about our fresh online presence. We are confident it will serve us well as a platform through which to interact with career seekers, innovators and idea contributors.

“We see this site also as a launching pad through which we can shout about our activities and growth within the Fortytwo Group,” said CEO Erik Angelöw.

Through this new online venture, Fortytwo Group hopes it will become more accessible as well as continue to garner results based on its values of passion, integrity and quality, collaboration, innovation and diversity.


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