Anna Kleine – new Managing Director of HiQ's subsidiary in Skåne

Anna Kleine has been appointed as the new Managing Director of HiQ in Skåne, Sweden’s southernmost province. She takes up her position with immediate effect and will create a strong, new team for HiQ in the Öresund Region.

Since 2003 Anna Kleine has been working very successfully as a Business Area Manager and sales executive at HiQ. Together with her co-workers she has helped to drive the development of HiQ, which is now one of the region’s most successful companies.

“Anna has many years’ experience of the challenges and practicalities of being a team leader and setting an example to others at HiQ. She is well qualified to take over responsibility for our thriving operations and develop them in a positive direction,” says Lars Stugemo, CEO of HiQ.

“Together with all of my extremely talented colleagues in the company, we will continue to extend our customer base and strengthen our position in the market by offering exciting new products and services. I am also looking forward to intensifying collaboration with other HiQ units. We will, for example, be focusing on developing even closer cooperation with HiQ in West Sweden, which possesses cutting-edge competence in the fields of web solutions, mobility solutions and digitalisation. I am really inspired by the thought of tackling these new tasks and challenges,” says Anna Kleine.

“Web solutions, mobility solutions and digitalisation are specialist fields in which HiQ is establishing a really strong name for itself. Alongside my role as Managing Director of HiQ in Gothenburg, I am looking forward to contributing our knowledge and competence to the process of building a strong new offer for customers in the Öresund Region,” says Jerker Lindstén.

“Jon Carvell, former Managing Director for HiQ in Skåne, is leaving the company at his own request. He has been a great asset for HiQ over the years, contributing significantly to building up the good reputation that HiQ Skåne enjoys today. We thank Jon for all that he has done for HiQ and wish him good luck in his continued career,” says Lars Stugemo.

“We will continue to recruit talented people and will keep on building the best possible company for our customers and employees,” Stugemo concludes.


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