Over the years we have been working with many Swedish-based professionals. The majority have decades of own experiences, but a few are up-and-coming newthinkers. This list contains people you can rely upon. Their commitment is strong. Human intelligence – not artificial.
Management process rethinker
Marianne Hamilton’s visionary thinking completely transformed the recruitment processes at Atlas Copco, and have since frequently been copied by others. Nowadays she writes inspirational books.
Communications process organizer
Ingalill Östman has thorough knowledge and experience of developing and implementing communications processes in well-known public companies as well as in privately held entities.
Moderator and coach
Helena Stålnert has broad media knowledge and experience, and has worked with communications at public companies. She is frequently used as a moderator and coach.
Filippa Bergin provides strategic, commercial, personal, relational and process-related advice regarding sustainability and your business.
Lotta Bohman is a lawyer who masters ‘soft’ laws. Invaluable during the development of a code of conduct or to challenge existing business codes.
Investor relations master
Julia Proos is experienced in corporate credit analysis, green bonds, investor relations and communications.
Corporate report writer
Helene Hellberg is an expert at writing and producing quarterly and annual reports, both financial and non-financial.
Business history preserver
Alexander Huseby helps companies understand the value of their history and how to leverage their heritage in marketing and in communicating and explaining the company culture.
EwaMaria Roos trains both actors and managers in how to use their voices and body language to ensure that their messages have an impact.
Tore Marklund delivers messages with emotions through moving images. His experience from Swedish industrial companies is well-known.
Jenny Hammar manages to capture the personalities of people in photos. In addition to working as a professional photographer, she also teaches photography and editing.
Chister Olin uses music to convey messages and to build relationships. This helps corporations speed up process transformations and makes messages more memorable.