We are thrilled to have Christoffer Arensparr, Noa Abood and Axel Ă–hlander onboard our future growth journey here at Quickchannel!
Of course we took the opportunity to ask them a few questions to get to know them better 🙂

  • What is your role at Quickchannel?
  • What made you chose Quickchannel?
  • What can you contribute to this company?
  • What did you do before joining Quickchannel?
  • What do you like to do on your free time?
  • If you have to chose one person, alive or dead, to have dinner with – who would it be and why?

CHRISTOFFER ARENSPARR

What is your role at Quickchannel?
Account Executive

What made you chose Quickchannel?
Quickchannel is an exciting company with a product that is just right in time and will be the new standard for how we work in the future, I am extremely happy to get onboard on this journey.

What can you contribute to this company?
I will contribute with energy, humour and enormous drive.

What did you do before joining Quickchannel?
I was working as a sales manager at The Water Studio and before that I was KAM at Bahnhof for 7 years

What do you like to do on your free time?
My free time consists of four categories; food, wine, son and wife, not necessarily in that order.

If you have to chose one person, alive or dead, to have dinner with – who would it be and why?
Massimo Bottura (Italian chef and owner of the restaurant Osteria Francescana), his passion for life and positivity is an inspiration, but also how he always is questioning the ”normal”, how to do things differently? He lives outside the norm.

NOA ABOOD

What is your role at Quickchannel?
Account Executive

What made you chose Quickchannel?
At first I was looking for an interesting company to work for within sales. I saw Quickchannel as a suitable choice for me and to be able to work with interesting technology. Today, smart solutions for communication and technology are more requested than ever. Quickchannel attracted me primarily by being really good in its industry. All contact I had with the company was probably what attracted me the most. The good impression they gave me in the beginning turned out to be continuous throughout the whole hiring process and on-boarding. I got the feeling it was genuine and good people working here, all contact gave me a really good feeling.

What can you contribute to this company?
I think I will be a good contribute to the sales department! In the future, it would also be interesting to join and lead different projects for new markets outside Sweden.

What did you do before joining Quickchannel?
Prior Quickchannel I have been working within sales, but B2C. After I finished my psychology studies, I took the step towards the treatment industry. It gave me a lot, and was very rewarding, to work with different problem areas and see all the fantastic results that people in bad conditions and different backgrounds, were capable to reach. At the same time, I always wanted to try B2B-sales and I think it can suit me well. The position as an Account Executive in Quickchannel is a career change that leads me to what I want to work with in the future.

What do you like to do on your free time?
Psychology is a big interest of mine and I love reading interesting books and delving into research around it. It is a discipline in constant development and the brain is the most interesting thing that can be studied today (but space takes the lead in second place). I am also a big fan of the AC Milan football team and I follow their games at every opportunity.

If you have to chose one person, alive or dead, to have dinner with – who would it be and why?
Carl Gustav Jung (Swiss psychiatrist) is the obvious choice for me right now, but Gennaro Gattuso (Italian football coach and player) probably takes second place. Jung’s competence in psychology is invaluable to me and the dialogues you could have had with him feel unlimited. On the other hand, a dinner with Gattuso would have been interesting, with his love for football that also reflects his passion for life and his ”grinta” on the football field that no other football player can reach.

AXEL Ă–HLANDER

What is your role at Quickchannel?
I am a Junior Technical Support Engineer here at Quickchannel. Which is a lot of nice words explaining that I help our customers and my colleagues with all the technical problems that may arise.

What made you chose Quickchannel?
I love to help other people, therefor I fit perfectly for a support role and I’ve been interested in technology for almost my entire life. Finding a technical support role was amazing. But what attracted the most with the role was probably Quickchannel’s products and service. Streaming is a really interesting area that has exploded over the last 5 years. Being a part of that explosion is a fantastic opportunity and experience.

What can you contribute to this company?
What I hope to contribute the most with is probably my will and thrive to learn new things constantly. That, together with my endless patience I have gained from having two sisters.

What did you do before joining Quickchannel?
Prior to Quickchannel I worked a lot with bar and service. I have worked as a bartender at several bars around Stockholm and in Sundsvall. After that I ended up at a company called Ozonetech where I was working as a technician and got my first taste for technical support roll.

What do you like to do on your free time?
In my spare time, it’s mostly computer games and technology projects. I´m not playing anything in particular, I often jump between different genres and games. But lately there have been card games with Legends of Runeterra and FPS with Valorant. However, I am super excited for Cyberpunk 2077 that will be released in November.

If you have to chose one person, alive or dead, to have dinner with – who would it be and why?
Ooof, tough question. If we assume that the dinner includes a way of translating, so that me and the person I choose, can perfectly understand each other, I would probably choose my grandmother. She is from Finland and I can only speak very little Finnish. This has meant that we never really had a real conversation with each other without someone else having to sit with us to be translator. So the opportunity to talk to my grandmother directly, without any problems, would be wonderful.


TO ALL OF YOU – A BIG WARM WELCOME! 🙂