A friend for your brand.

A lover for your company.

Why Happy Company?

We exist to lead companies to simply be better in what they do. 

We do this via Corporate Identity Management as a Service. Imagine it like this: When you know who you are, you know what you want (and why) and how to get there. When leaders are aware of that, they are able to communicate clearly and inarguably the purpose and align individuals and teams with the vision of their greater identity.

How we work:

Happy Company steps into an intimate long-term relationship with your company and brand identity. Let's have a date!

What we do:

We listen, observe and analyze with all our senses, give honest feedback, and lead you through change towards increased happiness. Your success will be an unavoidable consequence. Sounds too good to be true? Why not having it all? You deserve it!

We offer: Long-term Corporate Identity Management including / brand identity strategies / positioning / vision quests / corporate design, digital & print / and a great time together.

Who we work with:

Start-ups / fast growing business / market pros / market entrants / founders / solo-entrepreneurs / visionaries / transformer / maker / You.


Happy Company is brand new. And has already loads of experience.

Hello, I'm Felix, the founder of Happy Company. For ten years I have been accompanying brands in their cultural and visual development, fostering their identity growth and creating design that communicates their uniqueness towards all stakeholders.


Unleash your full potential

Let us know what you need. Together we find potencial, build your story, create purpose and be happy.


Let's see if we're a match.

Just give us a call via the phone number in the footer or send an email address by hitting the button below. And let's make the magic happen.



Berlin, Germany
Phone: +49 (0) 179 76 77 223
Email: hello@happycompany.rocks

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Corporate Identity | Culture | Design

"Everything you want is on the other side of fear."
Jack Canfield