Spoon is growing rapidly in Norway, with new assignments and bigger staff. Now it appoints Marte Ramborg, Chief of Staff at the think tank Agenda, as new CEO.
About one year ago, Spoon acquired the Norwegian content agency Teft. Since then, there has been rapid growth, with many new partners on the client list, among those the grocery chain Kiwi, L’Oréal and Norway’s largest life insurance company KLP.
Marte Ramborg has recently been a part of and built up the think tank Agenda and has previously worked as a marketing director for the Norwegian Air Ambulance and the Red Cross.
”I have personal experience from working with Spoon on the buyer’s side. The agency has excelled through its great engagement and fantastic results. I want to work with the best talents in the industry, and that was crucial as to why I accepted this job offer,” says Marte Ramborg.
”Marte has very good credentials and is recognised as a successful leader. She is used to working towards tough goals in organisations with high ambitions. I am certain that she is the right person to lead Spoon Norway towards a brilliant future,” says Johan Andersson, Head of International Expansion at Spoon.
Marte Ramborg will lead an agency that has won several new contracts recently and at the same time have enjoyed strong customer relations for years. Through a close collaboration between Spoon in Norway, Finland and Sweden the agency handles many large Nordic accounts, but at the same time possess local expertise who work close to clients in each country.
”We have a busy autumn in front of us and see clearly that our expertise in strategy and digitalisation are sought after on the market,” says Johan Andersson.
Spoon is the leading content agency in the Nordics with more than 180 employees in five offices in Sweden, Norway and Finland. The firm has a turnover of approximately 250 million SEK. In Norway, the agency has 25 employees who work with both national and Nordic clients in several industries. In 2015, Spoon Norway had a turnover of approximately 20 million NOK.