Meeting the Next Generation of Entrepreneurs

During two days, Nov 2-3, the Gothenburg office unleashed some of their “super powers” at GADDEN, which is one of Northern Europe’s largest career fairs for business-, law-, logistics- and environmental science students. A big congratulations to the GADDEN committee and Gothenburg University’s School of Business, Economics and Law who really succeed to organize a top class arrangement where student could meet company representatives and start building relationships with potential future employers and vice versa.

For some of CellMark’s employees this was the first time they run a stand at this type of student fair and it was just as exciting for them as for the students. In the stand, the student could participate in a competition where they could win a lunch meeting with CellMark’s CEO. They could also sign up for a business case evening at our Gothenburg office, exchange experiences with our colleagues and learn more about the PaperSeed Foundation.



Thank you for your support to PaperSeed

Inspired by this year’s GADDEN theme “Unleash your Superpowers” we wanted to meet the events ambition to clarify its responsibility to improve the sustainability of the fair so instead of handing out giveaways to the students they picked up a $2-worth recyclable cardboard coin that they helped us put in a PaperSeed collection box. In connection with this event CellMark donated USD 1000 to PaperSeed.

When we now summarize our impressions we can see that it was a great success – we got 140 potential entrepreneurs interested in our company and the PaperSeed Foundation. Within the next couple of weeks, a few lucky student will get the opportunity to meet our CEO, Fredrik Anderson during a lunch and learn more about what is going on at CellMark. The planning of CellMark’s business case evening end January has already begun. This will be a great opportunity for student to learn more about our global meeting place and for CellMark people to connect to students and build valuable relationships. We are very excited to arrange this business case event and look forward to this evening.




It was great meeting you at GADDEN

Finally, we wish to thank all participant who we have met during the GADDEN career fair. We had a great time, meeting you and discussing your future career! Altogether it was an enriching way to get inspired by next generation of entrepreneurs and hopefully we manage to attract more talented people to our family of entrepreneurs.

Read more about CellMark’s engagement in the PaperSeed Foundation.

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Aluminium 2016 in Düsseldorf

We are pleased to share with you that CellMark Metals will be present at this year’s ALUMINIUM 2016 11th World Trade Fair & Conference from 29th November to 1st December in Düsseldorf. Our boot can be find in Hall 11 I21.

With more than 1000 exhibitors from more than 50 countries this tradeshow provides and overview of the entire aluminium industry. It is a meeting place for suppliers of raw materials, semi-finished and finished products, surface treatment and producers of machinery, plant and equipment for aluminium processing and manufacturing.

 “We look forward to meeting new and existing customers and suppliers as well as finding new business opportunities.”




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Paper & Print fits well into the Multi-Platform

FIPP Asia Pacific were held on Sept. 27-28 in Singapore, an event that brings together expert speakers, delegates and exhibitors (Asia-Pacific and international) and offers the chance to engage in the exciting opportunities now opening up in the region. FIPP is a network for global media. The network represents content-rich companies or individuals involved in the creation, publishing or sharing of quality content.

Holmen Paper AB had a stand in the conference and invited CellMark Paper’s Diana Qiu to participate in the conference and presented CellMark to the audience. Diana reflects on the event: “Our presentation was short but unique, since all the other speakers were all talking about media, especially digital media, while we were talking about paper and print media. So, the natural question to ask oneself in this context would be: Were we odd to the audience? And the answer was: No! I saw great interest there. During the breaks, there were many participants visiting our stand and showed great interest in Paper.”




In early 2010s, the general saying among media strategists were to manage print for profit and digital for growth and many magazines went digital. The mobile shift made magazines begin to explore methods of distributing content other than print and apps and videos were created as the social media pages achieved many likes and the engagement grew.

Diana continues with a quote of a few sentence from an article she just read: “With the advent of the digital age, many magazines have been moving away from print capitalizing on the sharing power of social media platforms for success among a new generation of readers. But the truth is, people love print as much as the generations that preceeded them.”

Digital media may be even bigger in the future, but we see that paper and print is still popular today. Diana’s take away from FIPP Asia Pacific is that digital media will not kill print & paper. People have always discovered new ways for storytelling and adapt to what is the unique needs of their own business. Print on paper and digital play different roles in the way they interact with the reader. Companies now establish a multi-platform approach in order to reach and move their audience. Diana ends with:

“I believe paper have bright future and combined with other media, print will continue to attract and engage people.”


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Joining Center for Higher Ambition Leadership

CellMark has joined the Center for Higher Ambition Leadership (CHL). In short, CHL can be described as “the foundation for leaders who want to build a great company that delivers sustained economic and social value.” There are many values that CellMark’ share with CHL. It’s an institution driven by a sense of purpose and mission that goes beyond just making quarterly numbers. They aspire to build great and enduring institutions that deliver superior value to their people, their customers, their communities and their investors.

CellMark has a series of guiding principles/values which act as the bedrock for all of our operations. In addition to our commonly-shared values, we have a culture that is dedicated to surpassing expectations, we celebrate our success stories and learn from our experiences, we focus on training, and the promotion of innovation – our team is empowered to grow the company to its full potential. In partnership with CHL, CellMark see potential to leverage the power bar that can really make things happen – to create superior economic value for our all our stakeholders simultaneously.

“We are very enthusiastic about CellMark joining us as a partner. CellMark’s vision and strategy are wonderful examples of ambitions that go beyond any benchmark to break new ground.”

Tobias Fredberg, Professor in Technology Management at Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg and Executive Director of CHL in Europe says: “We are very enthusiastic about CellMark joining us as a partner. CellMark’s vision and strategy are wonderful examples of ambitions that go beyond any benchmark to break new ground. The center for higher ambition leadership is a community for companies and CEOs that aim to become role models in their fields by innovating in their business models and in their organizations to create higher value for more stakeholders. We look forward to joining CellMark on its very exciting journey ahead.”

CellMark’s President and CEO, Fredrik Anderson, develops further the reason behind this step: “To be able to surpass expectations CellMark believe firmly that networking, which is what we do and what is needed around the globe to serve our valued principals, is a great way of learning faster from others so that we can draw experiences from great companies and leaders. Proactive learning from others is essential to create progress and development. Higher ambition leadership is also completely aligned.

About Center for Higher ambitions Leadership:

The Center for Higher Ambition Leadership (CHL) is a non-profit institution dedicated to develop and support a growing global community of leaders who have higher ambitions for themselves and their institutions. Higher ambition leaders are driven by a sense of purpose that goes beyond just achieving financial success. They aspire to build enterprises that sustainably outperform in the marketplace by earning the respect, trust and commitment of their people, customers, communities and investors. CHL have three offices in Boston, Southern California and Europe. Follow CHL blog.

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