November 17, 2017

New stars at Comprend

The Comprend family is growing and we are happy to welcome new colleagues to our Stockholm office. Meet our new stars!

Amélie Höglund
Amélie joined our Stockholm office in October and works as a Project Manager/Account Manager at Client Services. Amélie has been working as a marketing and digital project manager for 12 years at companies such as Ikea, Casall and Britny.

Veronika Zitko
Veronika joined the Comprend Stockholm team in October as a visual designer. She has been working with design and visual communication in London for the last 5 years.

André Karapoulios
André joined Comprend Stockholm in November and will work as .net/front end developer. Previously André has been working at Handelsbanken. Outside of works he enjoys football, family and friends, badminton and tech stuff.

Ida Bylund
Ida joined joined Comprend in November. She was most recently working at Telia where she worked with Employer Branding, Recruitment, Internal Mobility & Career Development and Diversity & Inclusion. She has previous experience from consulting as well as leadership and holds an M.Sc. in Business Administration. In her spare time Ida loves winter sports, quizzes and can occasionally (more often than what she likes to admit) be spotted in karaoke bars. Ida's aim is to make Comprend best in class employer in our industry with a strong emphasis on culture building, people attraction and development.

Some of our new stars!

We are thrilled to welcome this great group! If you are interested in joining us, check out We are currently looking for Episerver developers, UX designers, scrum masters och project managers.


+46 8 407 22 00

Staffan Lindgren
+46 70 971 12 12


  • Sveavägen 20, PO Box 3666
    103 59 Stockholm


+44 (0)20 7336 8429

James Handslip
+44 (0)208 089 1583


  • Second Floor, 59 Lafone Street,

    Courage Yard
    London SE1 2LX
    United Kingdom

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