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Record-breaking interest in Zenuity’s vision of the future

14 March 2017
When Dennis Nobelius took to the stage at Lindholmen Connected, a record-breaking audience of over 300 participants had gathered in Open Arena at Lindholmen Science Park. Dennis will take up his position as CEO of Zenuity, Volvo Cars’ and Autoliv’s joint venture in April and he generously shared his views and hopes for the new establishment.

It was clear that there was great interest in Zenuity, which will work with software development with a focus on mobility for the future.
The company will open the doors to its head office at Lindholmen Science Park in April - an obvious decision, according to Dennis Nobelius. After his presentation, he had time to exchange a few words with us, where he talked more about the establishment, his ideas around the working approach, what talents they will be looking for and in which way "software is king". 

Exhibition with companies at Lindholmen Science Park

During the lunch, Open Arena was crowded with people where it was possible to meet representatives from Autoliv, CEVT, Ericsson, Combitech, Volvo Group Trucks Technology and Devkittens - all of whom work with software development for tomorrow’s transport solutions.

 

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