History

Motion Display is a Swedish company with more than 20 years of experience from retail and in-store marketing. Motion Display focuses on efficient electronic point-of-purchase advertisement and in particular the revolutionary Electronic Paper Displays (EPD). The price-awarded point-of-purchase displays are based on E-ink Corporation’s electronic ink technology.

  • 2017
  • Order intake increases with 63% (from MSEK 23,6 2016 to MSEK 38,4 2017).
    Production capacity quadrupled.

 
  • 2016
  • A new product generation is released with dramatically increased battery life length etc.

 
  • 2015
  • Motion Display receives the Silver Design of the Times Award at the Shopper Marketing Conference and Expo in Minneapolis, US. The prestigious award honored the Clorox® Hidden Valley® Ranch Animated Shelf Talker program deployed at Walmart.

 
  • 2014
  • The company is listed on the Swedish stock market “Spotlight Stock Market”.
    US launch is initiated.

 
  • 2013
  • The board makes the decision to seek listing on the stock exchange Spotlight Stock Market (former AktieTorget). The goal of going public is, among other things, to raise capital needed for an international launch and to develop additional product concepts.

 
  • 2009
  • Production in China via Hong Kong is started. First generation product is launched on a limited scale. The company changes its name to Motion Display Scandinavia AB.

 
  • 2008
  • Agreement signed with E Ink Corporation.
    The development of the first generation of products begins.
    A prototype facility for development and testing is established in Uppsala, Sweden.

 
  • 2007
  • Stockholm School of Economics conducts a comprehensive study showing strong sales increase when using animated e-paper displays.

 
  • 2006
  • Market research is conducted. Technical requirements specifications is initiated. First test in a store is performed.

 
  • 2005
  • Motion Display Scandinavia AB is founded by Erik Danielsson under the name Promargin. The vision is to offer the possibility of messages in motion tied to products without expensive and time-consuming wiring.