Enersize Advanced Research AB (“Enersize” or the “Company”) is recruiting Erik Sundqvist (“Erik”) for the role of the Group's Chief Financial Officer (“CFO”). Erik will start on March 21, 2021 and replaces Thomas Bengtsson ("Thomas") in his role as interim CFO.
Thomas, who is a member of the board of Enersize, is also acting CFO and has with great commitment contributed to increasing the focus on the company's accounting and finance work. As Enersize has restructured the Company during the autumn to enable rapid growth of the business, mainly through international partners, the Company needs a CFO on site in Lund full time who together with CEO Anders Sjögren and the Company's administration can build and maintain the routines needed for the business. Furthermore, there is a desire to take home the accounting work, which so far has been partially outsourced.
Erik, who starts on March 21, 2021, comes from Veg of Lund AB, which like Enersize is a company listed on the Nasdaq First North Growth Market in Stockholm and he was involved when that company was listed on the stock exchange in the spring of 2020. Erik has good knowledge of group and international accounting. He is a driven economist with a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration and Economics from Lund University.
“Enersize has recently made an important change where they laid the foundation for scalability in their business model, which has the potential to contribute to a massive reduction in emissions from industrial compressed air systems. The Company has a very exciting growth journey ahead of it and I am really looking forward to being part of the team", says future CFO Erik Sundqvist
“During the autumn, Enersize, under the leadership of Anders Lif as sales and marketing manager, took a big step forward and now has a fully developed and scalable product offering suitable for international partners. We now see that it is time to lift the accounting and finance work to a new and better level to support the business and I am really looking forward to Erik starting in March because Erik will be able to put full effort into this", says CEO Anders Sjögren