Readly welcomes Nicolas Adlercreutz to its Board of Directors

Readly has appointed Nicolas Adlercreutz as a new board member, following its Annual General Meeting on 10 May. Nicolas has more than 10 years’ experience as Group CFO within public and private equity companies and will bring knowledge and insights to support Readly’s path toward profitability. Viktor Fritzén and Alexandra Whelan did not stand for re-election.

Nicolas Adlercreutz, age 52, is currently Group CFO for N-O-D Network of Design AB. Nicolas has more than 10 years’ experience as Group CFO from companies such as Qliro Group and Bluestep Bank and as member of the board and chairman of the audit committee for Gaming Innovation Group. Before that, Nicolas worked for Svenska Cellulosa Aktiebolaget SCA for more than 12 years in various positions within finance in several countries.

– I’m pleased to welcome Nicolas Adlercreutz to the Board. His extensive experience from CFO roles across many industries will serve Readly well, strengthening the financial oversight of the company's operations, business model and strategy. On behalf of the Board of Directors and the entire company, I also want to take this opportunity to thank Viktor Fritzén and Alexandra Whelan for their engagement and many contributions to the growth and success of Readly, says Patrick Svensk, Chairman of the Board at Readly.

It is exciting to join the Readly Board at such a pivotal time for the billion-dollar magazine and newspaper industry which is undergoing a rapid digital transformation. I look forward to bringing my experiences and working alongside my fellow board members and management as the company moves into its next stage of increased innovation and profitability, says Nicolas Adlercreutz.

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About Readly

Readly is the European category leader for digital magazines. The company offers a digital subscription service where customers have unlimited access to 7,500 magazines and newspapers including the catalogue of ePresse. Readly has subscribers in more than 50 countries and content available in 17 different languages. In collaboration with 1200 publishers worldwide, Readly is digitising the magazine and newspaper industry. In 2021, revenues amounted to SEK 466 million. Since September 2020, the Readly share is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm Midcap. For more information, please visit