Gabriel Modéus hands over as Secretary General

On September 1st Swedsoft’s Secretary General Gabriel Modéus hands over, after 7 years. During this time, Swedsoft has grown over 300% and become a strong voice for Swedish software.

-It’s been a pleasure to work with Swedsoft for so many years where I got to take part of the association’s fantastic journey. I look back with great joy on all the meetings with members, the Board, and other partners as well as all the important projects and conferences that we have been a part of, says Gabriel Modéus.

– Swedsoft has during these years really established itself and we will truly miss Gabriel’s expertise, energy and spirit which been essential in this work. On behalf of the Board, I would like to thank Gabriel for his dedicated commitment in building the association, Swedsoft’s chairman Stefan Frank adds.

Gabriel Modéus will remain at Teknikföretagens Branschgrupper where Swedsoft has its secretariat but focus on other organizations. Both Swedsoft and other associations has during the last years grown and become in need of more resources. For this reason, Gabriel Modéus will hand over the responsibility as Secretary General of Swedsoft.

– During the autumn, I will hand over the responsibility to a new Secretary General who, together with the rest of the team, members, and Board, will take Swedsoft to new heights! But until then we will be running at full speed as normal, Gabriel concludes.

Shortly we will introduce the new Secretary General of Swedsoft.


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