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If you were to describe the AIGA Minnesota Fellow Awards event on Friday, October 10 at the American Swedish Institute in Minneapolis, you would be hard pressed to summarize it in a single word.

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May 30th, 12:00pm
until 1:15pm

International Market Square

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To purchase a table of ten (10), please see below for group rates.

Meet the creative minds who have innovated mass market breakfast cereal packaging, competing with 64 feet of big-brand cardboard billboarding. Jenny and Stefan will share how they won shelf space for wholesome cereals by staying true to multiple brand stories, respecting the budgets of mom shoppers and minimizing their impact on mother earth — from neighborhood co-ops to the biggest of the big box retailers. A “no cardboard waste, no cardboard taste” is just the beginning. They’ll also be serving up the business strategies and stats, as well the creative approach that rounded out these breakfast success stories.

Stefan Hartung, Co-Founder, Kick

Born and raised in Germany, Stefan co-founded Minneapolis design agency Kick (as HartungKemp) in 2001. Stefan’s idea of a Shelf Kicker™ is a product or package that makes such an impression with consumers, it pushes the competition off the shelf. National and international client relationships include Johnson & Johnson, PepsiCo, Target, Best Buy, and MOM Brands. Kick also co-launched Juil, a new international lifestyle brand.

Jennifer Sall, Creative Director, MOM Brands

Jennifer was first hired by MOM Brands (then Malt-O-Meal Company) as a production artist and has since worked her way up to Creative Director for this privately held breakfast-cereal company. MOM Brands, once known only for the little box of hot cereal that we grew up on, is now the third-largest cereal company in the US, with a growing list of brands including Three Sisters, Bear River Valley, Mom’s Best Cereals and Sally’s.

Doors open at 11:30 a.m.
Presentation from 12:00–1:15 p.m.

Location

International Market Square
275 Market Street, Studio 185
Minneapolis, MN
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Registration

Individual / Small Group Rates Purchase tickets »
  • AIGA Member: Trustee / Leader / Sustainer / Supporter / Educator / Student | $30, or $40 after May 28
  • AIGA Member: Contributor | $40, or $50 after May 28
  • AIGA Member: Student | $25, or $40 after May 28
  • All Nonmembers | $50, or $60 after May 28
Table of Ten (10) Group Rates Purchase tickets »
(available until midnight CST on Tuesday, May 28)
  • AIGA Member | $250
  • All Nonmembers | $400
Online registration closes Tuesday, May 28 at midnight CST
(or when tickets are sold out, whichever comes first)
Limited walk-in registration available

If you need special assistance to participate in this event, please contact Sam Michaels, Director of Legacy Programming, at least 5 business days in advance of the program. If we do not receive timely notification of your reasonable request, we may not be able to make the necessary arrangements.


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