Min galopphäst
Innovating race horse ownership

Overview
Min galopphäst is an equestrian startup based in Sweden. They are on a mission to disrupt the industry through more sophisticated use of technology and social media.

We helped them define their positioning and communicate more effectively with their target audience.

More than that: we created a comprehensive visual identity system, a marketing website and online marketplace, print collateral the founder can be proud of, and in-depth brand guidelines for internal use.

Scope
Brand Strategy
Identity Design
Website
Print Collateral
Vehicle Fleet

Stationery for the equestrian company Min galopphäst

We helped develop the overarching business strategy for Min galopphäst, and developed a MVP of the product: an online marketplace where hobbyists can become part-owners in up-and-coming race horses.

Business card design for the equestrian company Min galopphäst

We designed print collateral, vehicle wraps, and stationery to optimize for organic exposure & growth.

Vehicle decal/wrap for horse box/vehicle fleet of equestrian business Social media avatar application of logotype
Brand guideline pages

We created in-depth brand guidelines for internal use in design as well as employee onboarding.

Stationery for equestrian startup Min galopphäst

We designed and built a fully customized online marketplace on the Shopify platform, complete with custom illustration and visually stunning imagery. View the live website at mingalopphast.se.

Website design for equestrian business Min galopphäst

“Working with you was incredible! You were able to listen to my ideas about the business and translate them into a visually striking and effective brand. I feel like I have ownership over my website and my business in a way that I didn't before.”

— Jessica, Founder & CEO of Min galopphäst

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