Big Feature in Borlange Tidning on Consids Success Story

Borlänge Tidning dedicates both the front page and the center spread of Wednesday's newspaper to Consid. The feature focuses on Consid's robust growth and their move to Erssonska Villa, near Borlänge Travel Center.

The newspaper reports that Consid’s office manager, Per Thulemark, was the company’s sole employee when it was established in Dalarna. Since then, the staff has grown to 13 employees. Consid has ambitious growth goals and plans to have around 40 employees in Dalarna within a few years.

Erssonska Villa, where Consid has moved, is a historic building from 1908 with many preserved details from that era, including dark paneling, an impressive staircase, parquet floors, a wood-burning stove, and tiled stoves. The building has been renovated in an old-style fashion and provides space for more than just work, including opportunities for parties and after-work events.

The reporter also notes that Consid is a growing company that was founded in 2000 and had a turnover of 2.2 billion SEK in 2022 with over 2,000 employees. Consid has recently been named a “gasellföretag” by Dagens Industri for the tenth consecutive year due to its continuous growth and success. Per Thulemark also reveals that Consid is considering opening a branch in Falun to be closer to the employees residing there.

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