Kiku Obata Receives Minority Business Spotlight Award

Kiku Obata & Company

June 20, 2011 | 2 min reading time


Kiku Obata is a City-certified minority-and woman owned business enterprise (M/WBE) founded in 1977 by President & Creative Director Kiku Obata. Kiku Obata is a strategic design firm focused on transforming how people think about and experience a brand, company, or place. Their design philosophy is simple: create real, unique, beautiful and compelling work. They integrate architecture, planning, environmental graphics, interiors, graphic design, lighting and brand strategy around a clearly articulated idea. 

Minority Business Spotlight Receptions are hosted by the St. Louis Development Corporation (SLDC) to recognize M/WBEs for their achievements and as a networking opportunity for M/WBEs and large companies to build stronger relationships that will be mutually beneficial to each other and to the City. SLDC is the City's economic development agency. 





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