Spinverse family just keeps on growing

New year – new challenges! Mikael Sundholm, Germain Courtois, Amir Moslemi and Patrick Halford all started year 2020 with new and exciting responsibilities by joining Spinverse. Let’s have a closer look.

Mikael Sundholm joined Spinverse from Telia. He has a strong background in electronics, such as with TDK-Micronas and most recently on IoT at Telia. He also has a long career in Nokia under his belt. As for overseas working experience, Mikael worked as a Technology Advisor/Attache in the Tekes office in Washington DC.  At Spinverse, Mikael will contribute his extensive expertise on proposal preparation projects as well as to a recently won ECSEL project.

Before joining Spinverse, Germain Courtois accumulated strong experience in both railway and automotive sales management. Originally from Northern France, Germain completed two Master’s degrees in 2017, one in Materials Engineering at ISMANS Engineering School and the other one in Business Management at ISIALM Business School (both in Le Mans, France). After graduation, he has successfully worked in projects involving big accounts such as SNCF, Deutsche Bahn and Volkswagen Group. At Spinverse, Germain will contribute to the Manufacturing and Energy Business Unit.

Amir Moslemi will be focusing on tackling the key challenges organisations or individuals have in finding the right funding path and partners for their ideas and innovations. He is responsible for Business Development and Product Development of our Spinbase, an AI-based funding search portal that uses natural language as an input. Amir’s skills combine extensive business understanding in B2B sales, strong knowledge and background in software product development and practical experience in large-scale Open Innovation projects. Before joining Spinverse, Amir worked for companies such as Hedman Partners and Containerships Group in Finland and BASF SE in Germany.

Patrick Halford joined the Spinverse management team as the leader of the Key Digital Technologies business unit. He has over 20 years of experience working across Europe and the Nordics in various positions. You can read more about Patrick here in a separate story.