Update: Article in Dagens Media (in Swedish).
Starting in April of this year, I’ll be entering a new professional role.
I’m proud to have been part of the team that has built Whispr Group to what it is today, first in New York, then in Stockholm. The agency has grown and it has been an insane amount of operational work for all of us to establish processes and structures from the ground up. With two offices and several awesome global clients in the portfolio, the company has grown organically into a respected brand with a strong positioning — datadriven digital PR. However, the agency needs less entrepreneurial effort from my end now — which is a really good thing, I think.
In some ways, this change isn’t all that big. I’ll still be available as a Senior Digital Strategist for Whispr Group’s key clients. I’ll still be a partner and member of the agency’s advisory board.
… But Different
But for me, as a free agent, this means that I’ll start taking on my own projects from now on. I want to tell you more about Spin Factory later, but first a few days off for planning and getting into the zone.
P.S. If you’re interested in my services from mid-April and onwards, don’t hesitate to get in touch with me. Together we’ll make it rain.