Our team

Amanda Anderberg

Amanda consults clients mainly in the field of public affairs. She is experienced in working with clients from both the public and the private sector, with a specific industry focus on mobility and infrastructure.

Her greatest strengths includes her analytical skill, perceptiveness and solution-oriented approach.

Her greatest strengths includes her analytical skill, perceptiveness and solution-oriented approach.

Prior to joining Kekst CNC in Stockholm, Amanda worked as a communications consultant advising Swedish and international clients within the transport and infrastructure sector on business critical situations.

Furthermore Amanda has experience working with innovation policy at the European Commission's Joint Research Centre as well as with regulatory questions and public affairs at an international transport company.

Amanda holds a Master’s Degree in Global Politics from London School of Economics and a Bachelor’s Degree in International Relations from Queen Mary University, London.


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Almedalens roll som arena för dialog består

I år är det 55 år sedan Almedalsveckan hade sin start. Sedan dess, då Olof Palme talade från ett lastbilsflak i Vsiby, har traditionen av politiska tal hållits intakt. Almedalsveckans fokus på dialog om samhällsfrågor och möjligheten för olika röster att göra sig hörda har också bestått tills idag. Det är något som Region Gotland har tagit fasta på med årets tema ”Alla röster ska höras!”.

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Lessons Learnt From Swedish Companies’ Q1 Reporting

Being in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic does not make corporate financial reporting any easier. However, while challenging, the situation has not yet led to any radical changes in how companies present quarterly reports, apart from one major aspect –financial guidance. JKL Kekst CNC has analysed quarterly financial reports from January-March 2020 that were published by the 50 largest listed companies in Sweden. We compiled the financial guidance and outlooks provided and evaluated how each company communicated the effects of COVID-19 on their results. From this analysis, there are lessons to learn for the upcoming reporting season.

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SE-111 84 Stockholm