Stiesdal steps down as CEO

Henrik Stiesdal is taking a step down the management ladder of his company, Stiesdal, to devote time to technology development. Chief Operating Officer and former Vattenfall country manager assumes the top job.

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Technology company Stiesdal has carried out a reshuffle in executive management.

Founder Henrik Stiesdal has decided to step down as CEO effective July 1 – after which the top job will go to Jacob Nørgaard Andersen who has served as Chief Operating Officer.

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