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Anders Skoe leaves Schibsted to become CEO of New Zealand’s Trade Me

Anders Skoe

Anders Skoe has accepted the position as CEO of the leading marketplace and online classifieds company in New Zealand, Trade Me, and will leave his position as EVP Nordic Marketplaces in Schibsted and CEO of 1 July 2019.   Anders Skoe was appointed CEO of in 2016, and

Adevinta sucessfully listed on Oslo Børs

The international online marketplaces company Adevinta has today completed the successful completion of its public listing on the Oslo Stock Exchange (Oslo Børs). The shares will be listed under the ticker symbols ADEA (A-shares) and ADEB (B-shares), and under ADE once the collapse of the two share classes has been

Prisjakt and Schibsted Tech Polska among Poland´s best places to work

Prisjakt went all the way to the top and Schibsted Tech Polska came in as number four in the Polish Great Place to Work contest.

Schibsted is the second best employer among women in Sweden

Schibsted is ranked as Sweden’s second-best employer among women. This is shown in the annual survey Sveriges Bästa Arbetsgivare (Sweden’s Best Employers). “It´s great news and something we are very proud of,” says Lena Berlin Stålhammar, Head of Talent Acquisition at Schibsted. In addition, Schibsted climbs thirteen steps, to an

Schibsted’s Annual report 2018 has been published

Schibsted adapts to a new reality As stated in the message from the CEO: In 2018 it became clear that we are facing a new reality – as a company, as employees, and as global digital consumers. In this new reality, fake news seems to travel faster than truth on

Adevinta on track for 10 April listing

Adevinta is well on its way to becoming a publicly-listed company on the Oslo stock exchange. Formal listing and first day of trading is set for Wednesday 10 April on the Oslo Børs. More details can be found here.

Ragnar Kårhus to take over as Chief Financial Officer of Schibsted ASA 1 September 2019

Ragnar Kårhus, currently CEO of Telenor Broadcast is appointed new CFO of Schibsted ASA. He will take over for Trond Berger, who has decided to exercise his early retirement option September 1. 2019, after 20 years in the position. Ragnar Kårhus (55) has broad experience from various positions in Telenor

VG admits to self-criticism in the Giske video case and apologizes in several areas.

However, there is no reason to say that the quotation was fabricated. VG presented the report last night, which deals with a comprehensive evaluation of the work that was done in connection with the news coverage of the Trond Giske video from Bar Vulkan in February. Here are the main

Sales Awards 2019 – Schibsted celebrates its best salespeople

The 12th Schibsted Sales Awards took place in Svalbard 13-15th March. More than 70 salespeople from Schibsted’s companies participated to celebrate the best salespeople and teams from 2018. The program was once again devoted to celebrating our victories and excellent sales performances in Schibsted’s energetic sales culture style. This year,

Two Schibsted employees amongst the 50 top tech-women in Norway 2018

Laila Dahlen (Adevinta) and Susanne Klungtveit (Schibsted) both nominated “Congratulations to our talented role models Laila and Susanne!  Very proud to have two employees from Schibsted represented here, and a great inspiration for other women to join the product & tech area. We work hard to recruit the best female tech talents, as

Schibsted and Adevinta – Capital Markets Day

London – Thursday 7 March 2019 Schibsted and Adevinta held a joint Capital Markets Day in London on Thursday 7 March 2019 Presentation material: Schibsted Capital Markets Day 2019 (pdf) Adevinta Capital Markets Day 2019 (pdf) Presenters of the day was: Schibsted: Ole Jacob Sunde, Board Chair of Schibsted – presentation

Schibsted best on gender balance in Norway

Schibsted Tech Polska

Schibsted ranked number one out of 79 companies participating in the SHE Index 2019 “It is important to see that this is good business,” says CEO Kristin Skogen Lund. The SHE Index was launched last year by the gender equality company called SHE Community. It measures how well Norwegian companies