Management & board

Stefan Lindeborg, Chairman of the Board

Stefan Lindeborg holds a Master of Science in Business and Economics degree specialising in marketing from Stockholm School of Economics. He has worked for 30 years in the chemical industry in different senior positions focusing on sales and marketing. He currently holds the position of CEO at Akzo Nobel AB (parent company of Akzo Nobel’s Swedish companies) and has previously worked as CEO for Akzo Nobel Decorative Paintings, CEO of distribution and sales company Kemiintressen AB and international marketing manager for Casco Nobel (construction adhesives and wood preservatives).

Robert Charpentier, Board Member

Robert Charpentier is the Executive Chairman of Kvigos AB and co-founder of OrganoWood AB. He has an M.Sc. (Econ) from the Swedish School of Economics in Helsinki and has worked for more than 20 years in the financial industry in various capacities. In 1989, he began his career at Goldman Sachs in London where he worked with various Debt Capital Markets solutions for Nordic clients. In 1997, he moved to Stockholm to work for Swedbank, where he was in 2000 appointed Executive Vice President and head of investment banking. From 2006 to 2009, Robert worked as the CEO of Kaupthing Bank Sweden – the wholy owned subsidiary of Kaupthing Bank Iceland. Currently, Robert works and develops his private investments and provides consultancy services through his wholly owned Company – Kvigos AB.

Mårten Hellberg, Board Member

Mårten Hellberg, CEO and co-founder of OrganoClick AB holds an M. Sc. in molecular biotechnology and an M.Sc. (Econ) in Economics from his studies at Uppsala University, École Normale Supérieure de Lyon and from Stockholm University. Mårten has also been an active elite canoeist and is a multiple Swedish Champion. He has been with the Swedish national canoe team for 12 years and been part of the Swedish Olympic Committee’s elite programs.

Claes‐Göran Beckeman, Board Member

Claes-Göran Beckeman has a M.Sc. in Chemical Engineering from Chalmers University of Technology. From 1977 to 1997, he worked at Tetra Pak (later Tetra Laval) in various senior positions such as Technical Director. In 1998, Claes-Göran joined SCA as Technical Director and purchasing manager in the business area of personal care products. Between 2004 and 2007, Claes-Göran was responsible for the construction of the forest-based sector technology platform, an initiative of the European forest industry and forest owners to establish a private-public partnership with the EU and other national authorities on R & D cooperation in the sector. Currently, Claes-Göran is a board member in several companies in the packaging industry and a member of the Royal Academy of Engineering Sciences.