The Lund office

Our work

Typical projects

Our teams in Sweden work on projects in four of Analysys Mason's five practices: transaction support, regulation and policy, strategy and transformation. Since 1998, we have specialised in making sense of the industry’s challenges and opportunities, and have helped our clients around the world to make critical business decisions.

The team

Meet the office head

Maria Tunberg

Hi, and welcome to the Lund office. I head the office and I am an affiliated researcher at the Swedish University of Agricultural Science. I hold a PhD in business development with a focus on organisational change management, and my main interests lie in the intersection between digitalisation and sustainability. At Analysys Mason, I work with questions such as: how does the digital transformation affect gender structures? How can smart and energy-efficient lighting become an integrated part of public buildings and environments? How can connected cows and pigs contribute to a sustainable food production?

I believe that Analysys Mason has a unique position in the Nordics thanks to its local commitment and international scale. We have a holistic perspective on telecoms, media and digitalisation; this enables us to serve a broad range of clients in many sectors, which in turn creates a dynamic environment to work in. Our employees come from a wide variety of backgrounds and we have an inclusive culture where everyone feels useful, appreciated and seen.

Maria Tunberg, Principal

Meet the team

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I am a Principal in the Lund office and have been active in the global media and telecoms market since 2006. I have previously worked for network equipment vendors, network operators and media broadcasters. I have a background in usability and AI and I hold an MSc in applied IT from the University of Gothenburg. At Analysys Mason, I manage projects related to transaction support, regulation and strategy and have advised a range of clients including international aid providers, investors, network operators and national regulators. My areas of expertise include fixed networks, online media and digital policy development.

Christopher Ryder Principal

Culture and benefits

Culture

Culture

We strive to build an open and collaborative culture and make sure that new joiners get the broadest possible exposure to tasks and projects, while also considering special interests or skills. Our office is designed as an open landscape with plenty of space for socialising and interaction with colleagues. We also organise social events in and out of the office. Within projects, we always make sure that team members get to try out and acquire new skills and that they are given the opportunity to take on additional responsibilities.

We sometimes work with demanding clients, but work–life balance is important to us and we will give you the flexibility that fits with your situation in life. Approximately 30% of our projects are carried out for international clients, which gives you the opportunity to travel and interact with other offices on a regular basis.

Benefits

Birthday off work
Birthday off work
Flexible working
Flexible working
Home-working equipment fund
Home-working equipment fund
Smartphone and laptop
Smartphone and laptop
Wellbeing initiatives (including access to the Headspace app)
Wellbeing initiatives (including access to the Headspace app)
Volunteering days
Volunteering days
Bonus scheme
Bonus scheme
Performance shares
Performance shares
Company shares
Company shares
Study leave
Study leave
Birthday off work
Birthday off work
Flexible working
Flexible working
Home-working equipment fund
Home-working equipment fund
Smartphone and laptop
Smartphone and laptop
Wellbeing initiatives (including access to the Headspace app)
Wellbeing initiatives (including access to the Headspace app)
Volunteering days
Volunteering days
Bonus scheme
Bonus scheme
Performance shares
Performance shares
Company shares
Company shares
Study leave
Study leave

Join the team

Interview process

For our Associate Consultant graduate roles, the recruitment process timeframe is as follows.

Application deadline: 13 November 2022 | Assessment and automated-video period: 14–24 November 2022 | Assessment result and shortlisting notification: 23 December 2022 | Interviews: from 16 January 2023 | Start date: 4 September 2023

Internships

Internships

We do not have an internship programme in Lund. However, we are always happy to consider Interns on a case-by-case basis. If you are available for a long-term internship (of around 6 months), get in touch with our recruitment team or the office team and they will discuss your options with you.