Nov 12, 2020 | Business, Peafowl Solar Power

Peafowl strengthens the team commercially

We are happy to welcome Susanne Segeblad as our CMO, to handle all communications efforts going forward. As our technology reaches new levels of maturity it is time to let the world know about the beauty of Peafowl solar power and how we can contribute in making the world a better place. As CMO, Susanne will focus on honing our messaging to make an impact on the self- powered sensor industry.

Susanne Segeblad

– This is the type of niche technology with a sustainability orientation that truly excites me, says Susanne, and I really look forward to join this highly skilled and dedicated team, acknowledged for their technology and business potential.

Susanne comes with an extensive experience from a number of Swedish technology companies, for example Tobii, Connode, Sivers Semiconductors and Excillum, where she has worked with both marketing and market expansion.

– We look forward to Susanne contributing to the team with marketing best practices and with her background in expanding new markets her experience will be very useful in growing our business, says Per Edström, CEO.

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