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As mobile devices increasingly dominate our daily routines, we become more and more dependent on them. The M-lab is a retail formula combining Know-How, Repair and Gadgets to help us to survive in our daily mobile life.

Vision: To intuitively understand how things work. Inspired by the low-tech world of Meccano and making things so easy, that even your mum can understand it! An approachable and fun destination where conversation and not confusion are the solutions of the day.

Friendly tech. Colourful and playful. Breaking with the high tech codes of the industry by using low tech materials and connectors. Emphasising the vision to use technology to make life simpler and easier.

Continue Back 12 NOVEMBER 2015

VBAT featured in The Drum

VBAT has been featured in The Drum - Amsterdam Issue. Page 7: A look inside some of Amsterdam’s top creative agencies (foto...
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VBAT Blog: Brand Guidelines

VBAT's Koen about the 5 stops on the road to success with Brand Guidelines.
Read more 6 OCTOBER 2015

Pentawards 2015: Silver for Sourcy

VBAT won a Silver Pentaward for the new iconic glass bottle we have created for Sourcy. Due to its strong position in the restaur...
Read more 26 SEPTEMBER 2015

VBAT Blog: Eva's diary

Meet our new intern Eva Cremers.
Read more 23 SEPTEMBER 2015

Stefan Pangratz in Marketingtribune Designpanel

For years, Coca-Cola wants to be the icon of happiness. To make the choices in the range more clear, Coca-Cola asked Mountain to m...
Read more 10 SEPTEMBER 2015

VBAT Blog: SiNT VBAT

VBAT MeetMarket organised an inspiring day for 150 students from SiNT LUCAS Art Academy in Eindhoven. Read here what we did with t...
Read more 9 SEPTEMBER 2015

VBAT Blog: Abierto Mexicano de Diseño

Our Mexican colleague Rodolfo about a design event coming up in Mexico City.
Read more 3 SEPTEMBER 2015

VBAT Blog: Taipei 101

VBAT's Maarten visited the tallest eco-friendly building in the world.
Read more 2 SEPTEMBER 2015

VBAT Blog: Why Brands have to be extraordinary

André Soff explains why Brands have to be extraordinary, and why being common is only for a small crowd.
Read more 1 SEPTEMBER 2015