Management shift, Cint strategy and momentum remain unchanged.
To further facilitate the profitable growth of Cint, the Board of Directors of Cint have today appointed Tom Buehlmann as the interim CEO. Cint continues to grow above market growth and has established itself as the platform of choice for the insight industry. Good progress has been made during the leadership of Morten Strand who will step down as CEO after almost three years. A recruitment process is underway.
Cint has under the ownership of Nordic Capital stepped up the growth and nearly doubled in size. With significant investments in new technology and go-to-market resources, Cint has taken a strong market position. The Boards ambition is to fully realize this market position and grow even further by strengthening the organization and execute the set strategy.
Tom Buehlmann has over 15 years of experience with technology-enabled marketing service businesses, with a focus on general management, sales and marketing. Most recent Tom was the Group Chairman of Lumata Group, he also spent many years as CEO and in senior management at EYC and at Catalina Marketing. He holds an MA from Cambridge University.
‘The Board strongly believes in realizing the potential of a strong market position of Cint through a profitable growth strategy. We believe Tom brings to the role both a robust track record of being a CEO of a fast-growing tech company and has during his time in the Board become very familiar with Cint.’, says Niklas Savander, Chairman of Cint.
‘Morten has done a very good job in transitioning Cint to a high growth technology company, taking over from the founder of Cint. Under Mortens leadership Cint has more than doubled in size and accelerated its growth plan. The Board would like to express its warm thanks to Morten for his work in transforming the company into a stronger market position with a clear strategy going forward’, Niklas Savander continues.