Content agency N365 increases its staff with ten new people in the Stockholm office. “I am very happy about these recruitments,” says Björn Forsgren, interim CEO at N365.
Despite the corona pandemic, 2020 was the strongest year to date for N365, with increased net sales of 139 percent. The strong growth means that the company has welcomed ten new employees in the last few months, to the office in Stockholm.
“It feels great to be able to invest in more talent! Hopefully we can be back in the office regularly soon, so they can meet and get to know the rest of our awesome team as well, more often than during video meetings,” says Björn Forsgren, interim CEO at N365.
Most recent recruitments are
Cornelis Rikken, editor for the Swedish market
Julia Lundgren, client manager
Malin Törnquist, editor for the Swedish market
Riad Lindholm, client manager
Johan-Petter Bekken, video producer
Felix Fricke, editor for the German market
Isabelle von der Groeben, programmatic manager
Sara Ohlsén, client manager
Jesper Lindqvist, editor for the Swedish market
Daniel Bergstrand, client manager based in Malta
The new employees come from companies such as SVT, Blocket, Läkare Utan Gränser, Sveriges Radio, Loyaltic, Mediaplanet and Platform161.
“We have seen an increased demand in several business areas, partly our performance-driven native advertising offer, but also areas such as video and programmatic, which is why it is fun to bring an even broader offer of expertise to our customers,” Forsgren continues.
“It’s great fun to bring in so many competent employees who know their areas inside and out. I cannot wish for better team members.”
N365 has offices in New York, London, Berlin, Oslo, Helsinki, Copenhagen and Stockholm and works with campaigns all over the world. N365 also runs the social media site Newsner with a global reach of about 50 million unique visitors a month.