Nordcloud prepares for growth by appointing a new country manager in Sweden

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Nordcloud appoints a new country manager Malin Stålbrand to lead its growth in Sweden.

Stålbrand joins the ranks from Capgemini, where she served as a manager for a Stockholm-based team and was part of Capgemini’s Infrastructure Services’ Swedish leadership team. She has also worked in various IT infrastructure projects, such as data center transformation projects, infrastructure upgrades and different pre-studies. Her expertise lies in people and project management. In her new role, she will be overseeing Nordcloud Sweden and driving its team forward.

Nordcloud is gearing towards growth in all its 10 European operating countries, as the demand for public cloud services rises. According to Gartner, the worldwide public cloud services market is projected to grow 17.3 % in 2019.

Stålbrand´s predecessor as country manager Niklas Kjäldström moves on to manage and drive the growth in the entire Scandinavian region. In the Nordics, Nordcloud also operates in Denmark and has recently expanded into Norway.

“As the country manager, I am driven to grow Sweden and ensure that we offer a good workplace for our employees”, Stålbrand says, “It’s exciting. I can’t wait to be a part of this journey. It’s thrilling to see where we can go.”

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