Today Lagerkvist & Partners has opened operations in Iran located in Teheran. ”Iran is a much more dynamic society than you can imagine after the longtime of isolation. It is the last ,large ´virgin´ market in the world with over 85 million people. We have already business running and it looks very promising. As usual Read More …
Mr. Lars Stålhös at the Stockholm office has been appointed Director in the firm, effective as of today. Since his start in 2011, Mr. Stålhös has worked with projects in Scandinavia and Russia and has been project manager in various projects.
Erik Orbring Svensson is the latest addition to the Lagerkvist & Partners team. He has a M.Sc in Accounting and Financial Management and has previous work experience from Sweden.
Most important is speed and to dare to take decisions, says Sören Gyll, former CEO of Volvo (when it was one company), Pharmacia, Procordia and Uddeholm. If you recognize afterwards that one of the decisions were wrong you can change it and then you have been through the analysis why it was wrong. Gyll made Read More …
The Swedish media industry has experienced dramatic changes during the last decades. During these years, Mr Gunnar Strömblad has been one of the most influential and successful leaders in the industry turning around declining newspapers and pioneering new products. He has been the CEO of both Aftonbladet and Svenska Dagbladet, two Swedish newspapers which he Read More …
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A new issue of Four Sides has been published. The publication can be found under published documents.
In 2013, Tesla Motors reached sales of 2 billion USD and the market capitalization has now soared to 26 billion USD. It is easy to dismiss this as a bubble or fad, but if the fundamentals of the market are scrutinized it becomes obvious that a paradigm shift is happening.
The emergence of shale gas, ever more energy-efficient transport solutions, and a better energy infrastructure means energy prices will be heading south.
Since the 1960ies, many analysts have been busy predicting the shift towards the paperless society spurred by the technological advances in computer science. Until recently, they have been wrong, but now it is time for paper manufacturers to stop living in self-denial.