Magnus Palm. Photo: Creuna/Press.Magnus Palm. Photo: Creuna/Press.

Smashdig briefing Oct. 12: New CEO at Creuna Sweden

Publicerad: 12 October 2015, kl. 15:23

Smashdig has compiled a short list of some of the day's most important Swedish media stories.

Adam Jönsson

New CEO at digital bureau Creuna
Magnus Palm has been appointed CEO at Creuna Sweden. Creuna is one of the leading digital bureaus in Scandinavia and work with design, concepts and technological development of digital solutions. Palm replaces Thomas Enzell who will keep working at the company, according to a press release.

Online Group CEO Jakob Söderbaum leaves company
The online marketing firm Online Group’s CEO Jakob Söderbaum has resigned from the company. The reason is personal matters, according to a press release.

Fastighetsaktien appoints new EIC
The online paper Fastighetsaktien has appointed a new editor-in-chief. Thomas Mattsson replaces Stefan Fröjdendahl as the top editor at the paper, according to Journalisten. Mattsson has previously worked at, among others, Dagens Industri and Affärsvärlden.

How to make your company trend on social media
Today at, we tell the story about social media agency Creative Peoples who works with major brands to make them trend online. You can read about the agency’s strategies here.


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