Semantix names new Chief Business Officer

Semantix has appointed Max Koszela as the new Chief Business Officer (CBO) for its Interpreting Services business area. Max comes from a position as Head of Revenue at Bonnier News. Max will replace the current CBO, Elisabeth Cardoso da Silva, who will remain at the company within the business area but in a different position

“I’m convinced that the appointment of Max will create major opportunities for modifying and enhancing our interpreting services," says Semantix CEO Patrik Attemark. “This aligns perfectly with our wish to take Interpreting Services to the next level in a rapidly evolving field."

Max Koszela joins us from Bonnier Group, where he has worked with the implementation of digital strategies for companies within the group. Prior to Bonnier Group, he worked at Swedbank with channel strategies and the bank's digital services.

"I'm really looking forward to being part of Semantix' next step," says Max Koszela. "I hope to benefit from my experiences in industries where digitalisation brings change, and I'm looking forward to driving growth and further strengthening Semantix' market-leading position."

Max will take up his position at Semantix on 23 November and will work out of the company's head office in Stockholm.

For more information

Patrik Attemark, Group CEO, +46 8 506 225 50,

Semantix is the leading provider of multilingual services in the Nordic region and has provided interpreting, translation and language technology to the public and private sectors for more than 50 years. Semantix has an annual revenue of approximately SEK 1 billion and is ISO 9001:2015 certified. Semantix has around 450 employees and an extensive network of thousands of language specialists all over the world. Semantix is majority-owned by private equity firm Segulah V L.P.