The Board of Directors consists of:
Jan Forsberg (1951)
Shares: 253,667 via Trouble Management AB
Jan Forsberg has 30 years of experience in leadership positions within the engineering industry (logistics and production), the aerospace industry (key focus on development of service delivery and streamlining a highly complex business and organisation) and the railway industry (transitioning a 150-year old monopoly operated company from being on the brink of bankruptcy to becoming a profitable service company). In addition, Jan has experience in the de-monopolisation of the pharmacy market, including the divestment of part of Apoteket's operations to international investors, and the establishment of a functioning market for prescription drugs as well as for prescription-free products. Jan has a Master of Science from the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH).
Per Grunewald (1954)
Board member since 2007
Per Grunewald is a founding partner and investment manager of Pegroco Invest (publ). Per has an extensive industrial background with 16 years in the Electrolux Group, most recently in the role of Group Senior VP. Thereafter CEO of e2Home and Senior IM at Bure Equity. Per has founded a number of companies over the years, including Spine Robotics. He received the Mannerfelt Prize in 2003 for pioneering the integration of environment into business cooperation. Per has been a member of IVA since 2011. He has a Master of Science from Chalmers University of Technology. The board member is independent in relation to the company and company management but not in relation to major shareholders as a representative of Pegroco Holding AB.
Håkan Sandberg (1959)
Shares: 1,277,196 via Sammaj AB (partner)
Board member since 2007
Håkan Sandberg is the founder of Alelion and has an extensive entrepreneurial background. Håkan has been CEO and partner in Autoadapt since 1998 and has received many awards for creativity in custom solutions and entrepreneurial spirit. Between 1993 and 1998, Håkan founded and operated three companies: Three West AB, InduSys AB and Industrial Communication A/S. Prior to that, he held positions such as Aftermarket Manager at Pullmax AB and as an electrical engineer in various international projects for ABB. His first job after high school was at Papyrus AB as an electrical engineer, which he left in 1982 to join ABB. Håkan is a technical college engineer with a focus on electronics. The board member is independent in relation to the company and company management but not in relation to major shareholders as representative of Sammaj AB.
Tommy Nilsson (1956)
Board member since 2017
Tommy Nilsson has many years of experience in leading positions in both the IT and the venture capital industries. He has been Head of Technology at Industrifonden, and has held senior positions such as Logistics Manager within the Ericsson Group, CEO of the Enator Group, CEO Concis Consulting AB and CEO Askus AB. He holds an economics degree from Frans Schartau, Stockholm, and has studied at Stockholm University. He also holds board positions in SaltX Technology Holding AB, SwedNanoTech AB, C Ventures AB, Conestra Management AB and ELTO Holding AB. The board member is independent in relation to the company and company management but not in relation to major shareholders as he performs consultancy assignments for Fouriertransform AB.
Karl Bergman (1960)
Board member since 2018
Karl Bergman is Head of Research and Development at the Vattenfall Group. Previous roles within Vattenfall include responsibility for the Group's combined nuclear power activities, and district heating operations in the Nordic region. Prior to joining Vattenfall in 2003, Karl worked as a management consultant at Cap Gemini Ernst & Young. From 1988 to 2000, Karl held various roles in the ABB Group, including R&D, sales and business development. Karl is a civil engineer in engineering physics and holds a Ph.D. in semiconductor physics, both from Lund University. He is deputy board member at Vattenfall Eldistribution AB, Vattenfall's Swedish electricity grid operations. The member is independent in relation to both company management, the company and its major owners.
Anna Grönlund Krantz (1971)
Board member since 2018
Anna Grönlund Krantz is Head of Strategic Communication at Skandia. Anna comes from a family of entrepreneurs in Kiruna and is an economist from Luleå University of Technology. She has previous experience, such as: Member of the Swedish Parliament (Riksdagen), Group Leader of the Liberal Party's Parliamentary Group and Vice-Chairman of the Parliament Tax Committee. CEO and partner at one of Sweden's leading strategic communications companies (JKL). Chairman of the board at Botniabanan and the Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute. Anna is an executive member of the management team at Skandia Group and is responsible for market communication and sustainability. The board member is independent in relation to both company management, the company and its major owners.
Johan Palmgren, PwC Sverige AB
Certified Public Accountant (Chief Auditor)