Meet Robert Rudensjö who is the latest addition to our marketing department. He met AMB for the first time around the turn of the century, when he worked at one of our large mobile phone customers. Now he becomes one in the gang “for real”, with southwestern Sweden as the guarding area.
Who are you?
“My name is Robert Rudensjö, I am 47 years old and live with my wife Anna and our three whippets in Askim just outside Gothenburg. In my spare time I like to go skiing, and it’s best of all if I have walked uphill too. Nowadays it may at its best be skiing a couple of weeks a year. I also like traveling, good food, good wine, training and playing a round of golf or two. In recent years, I have focused my training on running obstacle course races, like Tough Viking and Toughest.” (He has a tenth place in his age group as best result in Tough Viking Slottsskogen a couple of years ago, editor’s note.)
How does your professional career look so far?
“I am a civil engineer from Chalmers and Universität Stuttgart. After the studies I started working for Ericsson and Sony Ericsson as a project manager for various mobile phone projects. My first project was T68, and it was also through this project that I first came in contact with AMB. I stayed in the telecom industry for about seven years, until 2007. Then I worked for three different medical technology companies. First, for a couple of years I was responsible for various launch projects for Nobel Biocare. Thereafter, I worked for seven years for Unfors RaySafe, as business area manager, sales manager and business development manager. My latest employer was Elos Medtech, where I was the sales manager with responsibility for their own brand.”
What can you add to AMB?
“In my work life I am passionate about business development and sales. Over time, I have realized that what gives me the most energy is meeting the customer. It is in these areas that I hope to contribute positively to AMB’s development.”
Do you have any hidden talents?
“Hmm, I could mention that I have a hunter’s degree, but am too soft to shoot an animal … or maybe that I have completed a DIY project and built an outdoor kitchen — first-rate, if you ask me!”