Chief Executive Officer
Christian has served as Planday’s CEO since 2011. As CEO, Christian’s main goal is to fulfill Planday’s potential of becoming the global leader in workforce management solutions. He focuses on building a passionate team, scaling Planday as a business and international brand, and driving our aggressive growth in new and existing markets. Before joining Planday, Christian served on the management teams and boards of several other companies, including Qvartz, IBM, and GrowthWheel International. He holds a degree in International Marketing and Management from Copenhagen Business School.
Co-founder and Chief Product Officer
Mikkel co-founded Planday, and has served on its management team since 2005. Mikkel first served as Planday’s CTO for over a decade, before transitioning to CPO in 2016. As CPO, Mikkel’s task is to guarantee that Planday remains simple and intuitive for the user, while ensuring the system is capable of solving the most complex of problems. Before founding Planday, Mikkel worked as a software developer, primarily using the Microsoft platform. He holds a degree in Computer Science from Næstved Handelsskole (now known as Zealand Business College).
Co-founder and Chief Sales Officer
Anders co-founded Planday, and has served on its management team since 2005. As CSO, Anders oversees Planday’s international Sales, Activation, and Support teams. Anders focuses on identifying scalable sales drivers across our different markets, the successful onboarding of new customers, and ensuring a cohesive customer experience. Prior to founding Planday, he worked as a Sales Consultant. He holds a degree in International Marketing and Management from Copenhagen Business School.
Chief Marketing Officer
John joined Planday as CMO in 2015. As CMO, John drives Planday’s marketing strategy. He is tasked with scaling Planday’s growth engine in new and existing markets, and expanding go-to-market models. Before joining Planday, John held several global leadership roles in large NASDAQ and NYSE public companies, as well as European high-growth start-ups. He holds a degree in Business Operation and Control from The University of Salford.