Spoon’s Stockholm office is growing and the company is recruiting eleven new talents to join the team. The new staff have been recruited from for ...

11 new recruits to the Stockholm office

Spoon’s Stockholm office is growing and the company is recruiting eleven new talents to join the team. The new staff have been recruited from for instance OTW, Dagens industri and River Agency.

Spoon hires four editors, two project managers, one client director, one content director, one content manager as well as two video producers to the Stockholm office.

”We’re in a growth phase and have a need to recruit new competent staff that can strengthen our offer in the Nordics,” says Anders Ribba, CEO at Spoon.

Jessica Sunnebo has previously been an agency owner at Kate and also the chief designer at OTW. She is now taking on the role as Client Director at Spoon, where she will work together with clients such as SEB, ABB and Business Sweden.

”I really feel that I’ve ended up in the right place, there’s a lot of positive energy here! I look forward to working with all the skilled colleagues, there are so many disciplines and experiences to learn from. Now I focus 100 per cent on getting to know the clients, their organisations and businesses, to do the utmost to create value for them moving forward”, says Jessica Sunnebo.

Jessica Johansson becomes new Content Manager. Jessica has previously worked as a project manager and editor in Sweden and Spain, with a focus on lifestyle and sustainability. Jessica has extensive experience from producing global content. She was previously at Guringo Design Agency, where she worked as a concept developer and web editor.

Anna-Kajsa Connor has been hired as a project manager and editor. She has a background in radio and comes from HarperCollins Nordic, where she worked as a Key Account Manager and Ecommerce Manager.

Marie-Louise Olsen has worked for IBM and Vattenfall. She is now a project manager and editor at Spoon.

The previous intern Sara Hessel is hired full-time as a Content Manager. Tannaz Bassier starts as a video producer after having completed her Spoon internship. The TV team has also recruited Arvid Westfelt, who was previously a line producer for SVT and TV4.

”The need to produce professional, well-made video content is steadily increasing, which makes it natural for us to recruit people with multiple skills in video production. Knowledge about the craft and a feel for the whole is something we value”, says Lars-Petter Steen, Production Manager at Spoon.

Among the new editors, we have Christoffer Hiding. He was previously the Community Manager at River Agency, where he worked for clients such as Nike and C More Sport.

Per Johnsson and Hanna Dunér takes over the editorial work with Besöksliv. Per was previously the chief editor at Travel News. Hanna Dunér is an experienced journalist who has written for Dagens industri and also been a moderator at event days such as Digital Media Day and Content Day. The PostNord team is furthermore strengthened by the experienced reporter and editor Frida Anter, who last comes from TT.

New recruits at the Stockholm office:

  • Per Johnsson (content editor)
  • Hanna Dunér (online editor)
  • Christoffer Hiding (editor)
  • Frida Anter (editor)
  • Anna-Kajsa Connor (editor and project manager)
  • Marie-Louise Olsen (editor and project manager)
  • Jessica Sunnebo (client director)
  • Jessica Johansson (content director)
  • Sara Hessel (content manager)
  • Arvid Westfält (video producer)
  • Tannaz Bassier (video producer)