A Genuine Interest for International Trade and Corporate Values among Students

We are really excited to see so much enthusiasm and genuine interest for international trade, innovation and corporate values among the students. As many as 150 student showed particular interest for CellMark and tried their luck in our competition during the GADDEN career fair at Gothenburg University’s School of Economics, Business and Law.

One of the lucky winners, who competed for a lunch with our CEO Fredrik Anderson during Gadden, is Erica Karjalainen, styding Economics. It turned out to be a successful meeting with thoughts about corporate values, career and future.  A few of Erica’s own words about the lunch:

­– I left the meeting with new motivation, inspiration and a feeling that my future career choices will be sorted out, whatever I choose to do or whatever steps I decide to take.

– Before the lunch, I did not know much about CellMark. But when I left, I felt ‘wow, this is a company that I would like to work at in the future’– mainly because I received a very positive feeling about the company as a whole. I see learning from experiences as something very positive and I’m curious about what’s going to happen in the future, despite the obstacles that I’ll meet on my way there.

– We talked a lot about the value of values ​​and people enjoying their workplace. For me, this is incredibly important. I think when things like these fall into place then one can reach a whole new level. We had a good discussion about this! I also find it inspiring that CellMark works globally and continues to strive for new goals.

– I’m very grateful that I got the chance to meet and learn more about CellMark. You are definitely a company I will keep track of in the future!



Erica Karjalainen, student at Gothenburg University School of Economics, Business and Law and Fredrik Anderson, CEO CellMark.






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