DINN!, italian design innovation company which operates worldwide, is the winner of the Year in “Excellence in Innovation & Design” for Le Fonti Awards®.
DINN!, thanks to a strategic approach with a focus on customization and uniqueness of creativity to reach clients’ business goals, today is partner of several international banks and companies to accompany them into a concrete development process by redefining models as the evolution of the world of work requires.
“A leading italian independent company able to focus in a continuos and strategic way on creative research, design and innovation to improve clients’ quality inside the market”. This is the motivation that aimed the jury of Le Fonti Awards® to assign to DINN! this important Prize during the official ceremony for VII Edition at Palazzo Mezzanotte, in Milan, at the presence of European Commission.
Top recent global clients are Credit Agricole, Aboca and Autogrill (in Italy), Bank of Georgia, Fortebank and Piraeus Bank (between Europe and Middle East), OCBC NISP, Krungthai Bank and AEON (acquired in a few months after the opening of our new office in South East Asia).
DINN!, together with BUILT and CAVE, is a Group made by three companies with a common method, composed by a multidisciplinary team with an international vision to conceive, design and realize innovative projects with a special focus on customer experience and physical-digital integration.
“As italian consultancy with an office in Singapore – claimed Massimo Fabbro, Founder and Chairman – we always focused on international development to create important sinergies abroad. In a few months after this opening in South East Asia, we got high assignments regarding main financial institutions in Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia. Despite this global success – has continued Fabbro – our italian roots and DNA are consolidating through important projects for leading national brands. Also for this reason, we are honoured to be the Winners of Le Fonti Awards®, that enhances Italian excellence for many years”.