Netigate appoints Kim Schiöld as new Executive Vice President & Head of Global Sales

Pressmeddelande   •   Feb 08, 2019 13:00 CET

In Jan. 2019, Kim Schiöld assumed the role of Executive Vice President and Head of Global Sales at Netigate. His responsibilities will include managing the entire sales organisation and helping promote growth into new markets.

“I’m proud to announce Kim's promotion. He is a champion of our company’s core values,” said Netigate CEO Saeid Mirzaie. “With great deal of passion, resourcefulness, and an exemplary leadership, Kim has built and led incredible high-performing teams. It is with great joy and expectation we are placing this important responsibility on his shoulders.”

Netigate announced its plans in 2018 to expand further into continental Europe, as well as the United States. Schiöld will guide those expansion plans while also building out both the strategic and tactical capabilities of the sales team.

Schiöld’s journey at Netigate started in 2014, when he cold-called the company with a solution to improve their sales team. He soon joined and set about optimising the company’s sales processes as Head of Sales Development, which has led to record-breaking sales.

“I’m thrilled to take on this unique challenge at Netigate,” Schiöld said. “During my time the company has grown into the leader in the Nordic region and now we’re looking forward to taking on that challenge in new markets.”

Prior to his promotion, Schiöld served as the Head of Sales Nordic, where he oversaw both the sales and business development teams in the Nordic region.

About Netigate

Netigate is one of the leading European providers of cloud based services for online surveys that are primarily used for customer feedback, employee feedback and market research. We help organisations gain valuable insights, make better business decisions and improve processes. Our customers range from small organisations to global companies in all industries, including many leading companies around the world such as Electrolux, Ericsson, Vodafone and E.ON.