Christer Trägårdh to Catch Me

Staffing company Catch Me brings in Christer Trägårdh as chairman of the board. He replaces Magnus Jonasson, who is leaving the board in connection with the annual general meeting.

Christer Trägårdh has a solid background in Swedish business life. He was previously Head of Swedish Banking at Swedbank and was for many years in the group management. Today, he is active on five boards, including as chairman of PLW, iDoc Group and Linköping HC.

– Catch Me is in a development phase where Christer Trägårdh’s competence, experience and contact network will be important components during the exciting challenges that await in 2024. We are very happy that Christer has agreed to lead the board’s work, says Poyan Sandnell, founder and CEO .

Catch Me is preparing the launch of a digital service with a focus on side jobs and has taken the plunge with automated matching. This means simpler and cheaper recruitment work for the companies, but without sacrificing accuracy. Another novelty is that anyone looking for an extra job through Catch Me does so anonymously. This means that the job is always offered to the person who has the best qualifications and is most suitable.

– The service is exactly at the right time and will help to speed up the labor market. It is effective for employers at the same time as it helps people into work, says Christer Trägårdh, who will be elected to the board at the annual general meeting in March 2024.

The launch in Sweden will take place in January 2024. Later that year, Catch Me plans to take the next step, which is to establish the staffing company in the rest of the Nordic region.


For more information

Christer Trägårdh, chairman of the board, Catch Me
Mobile: 070 – 456 30 02

Poyan Sandnell, founder and CEO, Catch Me
Mobile: 076 – 144 09 39


About Catch Me

Catch Me is a digital staffing company that focuses on extra work and that sets a completely new standard for the way to find staff or get a job. Catch Me offers an inclusive service where qualifications determine who gets the job, not age, gender, name or appearance.