Hi, and welcome to the Stockholm office! I am the Managing Partner of Analysys Mason Sweden. I hold an MSc in business administration and prior to joining Analysys Mason, I worked in management roles within global organisations such as General Electric and Deloitte. I was a partner at AB Stelacon and have since worked to successfully integrate the Swedish business with Analysys Mason’s worldwide organisation. We 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.
The Stockholm office
AB Stelacon was founded in the 1980s and has always focused on telecoms, media and digitalisation. We have been part of Analysys Mason since 2019, and together with our Oslo office, we are one of the leading TMT consulting firms in Scandinavia. We work particularly closely with our office in Lund.
The Stockholm office is conveniently located at Kungsholmen, close to public transport and the services of Västermalmsgallerian. The office is on the top floor of a modern building. We have room for social activities as well as a dedicated work space and hot desks.
Our projects fit into four out of five of Analysys Mason's practice areas: transaction support, regulation and policy, strategy, and transformation. Since 1998, we have specialised in making sense of the industry’s challenges and opportunities, helping our clients around the world to make critical business decisions.
At Analysys Mason’s Sweden offices you get great exposure to a variety of interesting projects from the first day. We work on both local and national projects, but are also highly active in international projects with our other offices around the world. The learning curve is steep and you will definitely learn something new every day thanks to friendly colleagues and a nurturing environment.
One of the most interesting projects that I have been part of since joining Analysys Mason was providing a mobile operator in the Caucasus region with regulatory support and expertise following the implementation of a new regulation. We provided active support in discussions with the regulator and prepared reports on the implications for cyber security and network investments in order to bring the potential risks associated with the proposed regulation to life. This project was especially memorable for me because it highlighted the positive impact that we can have when we share the lessons that we have learnt in more-mature markets to help players in developing markets to reach their goals more quickly.
We facilitated the development of a new regional broadband strategy on behalf of the County Administrative Board of Västernorrland to guide the future broadband expansion in the region. We created engagement and established a strategy among representatives on a regional and municipal level (as well as with representatives from the business sector) by organising interactive dialogue meetings that encouraged the various participants to share their perspectives and knowledge. We then used the output from the meetings to create a roadmap for the continued work, which covered both technical aspects and the responsibilities of the various players. I especially enjoyed the strategic focus of this project and our close collaboration with the customer throughout the process.
A few years ago we co-ordinated a network of testbeds (physical or virtual environments where new digital knowledge and technology can be developed) to support digital transformation in the Nordic and Baltic bioeconomy. The core of the network was composed of testbeds that were active at the intersection between digitalisation and bioeconomy (encompassing forestry, agriculture, fisheries and aquaculture). I particularly enjoyed taking part in our webinars and moderating conversations between people from the academic, business and public spheres. These cross-sectoral interactions played a key role in generating new insights and catalysing knowledge transfer.
Meet the office head
Meet the team
I am a Principal in the Stockholm office having spent 2 years in the London office and 5 years in the Singapore office. I hold a degree in engineering physics and an MBA from IESE Business School. Prior to joining Analysys Mason, I worked at a fixed and mobile network operator in Canada. I balance my time between strategy, regulation and transaction support engagements. Notable project topic areas include spectrum auction design and valuation, passive and active network-sharing strategies, and buy- and sell-side support for telecoms infrastructure transactions.Nick Edwards Principal
I am a Partner in the Stockholm office with many years of experience of working with regulators, vendors and mobile operators in multiple countries. I hold an MSc in engineering from the Royal Institute of Technology and a Bachelor’s degree in business administration from Stockholm School of Economics. I have significant experience of bid processes, telecoms strategies, and operational development and implementation projects.Johan Brunnberg Partner
I am a Principal in the Stockholm office and have significant experience of working as a project manager on highly business-critical projects with fixed and mobile operators in multiple countries and continents. I hold a Master’s degree in computer science from the Royal Institute of Technology and a Bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Stockholm. Notable project topics include sourcing and vendor management, outsourcing and managed services, driving transformation programmes and various transaction support engagements.Henrik Wramner Principal
I am a Consultant in the Stockholm office. I contribute to projects in areas such as digitalisation, broadband deployment, digital inclusion, sustainability and innovation. I have worked with clients such as national public authorities, regional councils and municipalities, as well as private firms. My recent projects have involved supporting the creation of a regional broadband strategy, co-ordinating a network of Nordic testbeds in the intersection between digitalisation and bioeconomy, and increasing digital inclusion among the elderly. I hold a Master of Science in business and economics from Uppsala University.Ella Gaddefors Consultant
Culture and benefits
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.
Alongside the company-wide benefits, we offer an attractive package with all the benefits associated with a modern employer. We sometimes work with demanding clients, but the work–life balance is important to us and we will give you the opportunity to have 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.
On a regular day, everyone eats lunch together in the lunchroom, which means that you quickly get to know your colleagues in a casual way. We recently also got an office dog, so there is always someone that wants to play during lunch! When we are able to, we have regular after-work gatherings in the office as well as summer and Christmas parties where the entire office gets together in a more casual setting.
Join the team
You can browse our active vacancies by clicking on ‘Search jobs’ at the top of this page.
If you apply, we will ask you to complete an online assessment. If successful, you will be invited to two face-to-face interviews; in the second one, you'll be asked to give a presentation. Finally, we will invite you to an interview with one of our Partners.
We don’t have a formal internship programme in Stockholm. However, we are 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 the options with you.