The Happening 2020 was a company presentation from three well-known and international companies; Deloitte, Nordic Choice Hotels and Huawei. We wanted to give you guys a preview on what to expect from the INSPIRE days in March 2021. We had three companies that held a presentation.
CEO of Deloitte - Sjur Gaaseide
Sjur has been with Deloitte's Consulting practice since 1988, and was promoted to partner in 1997. In addition to working in our Oslo practice, he was for a longer period seconded to our US practice.
In 2019, Sjur became the CEO of Deloitte Norway.
He has broad experience from a wide range of transformation projects related to strategy & performance management, performance improvement & cost reduction, finance & support processes, reorganization and merger integrations.
Based on his experience both from strategy, design and implementation work, he has an in-depth understanding of how to develop strategies that can be successfully implemented, and also how to run successful transformations.
Quote - Sjur Gaaseide: "As a firm we need to step forward and contribute to make our society a better place to be"
The Deputy CEO of Nordic Choice Hotels - Bjørn Arild Wisth
Bjørn Arild joined Nordic Choice Hotels from Hartmark Consulting, a leading consulting firm in Norway, where he was CEO. He has more than 14 years' experience of providing consulting services within business development, strategy and management to Norwegian and international companies. Wisth has a degree in political science from the University of Oslo and the University of Wales.
Quote - Bjørn Arild Wisth: "Our triple bottom line: People-planet-profit - how we take care of our guests is essential"
Business Development Director of Huawei Technologies Norway - Anders Teslo
Anders Teslo has over 30 years of experience in IT and Telecom. For the last 20 years leading position in Business Development and Sales - nationally and internationally, in Telenor, Colibria, Trolltech, Edvantage Group and the last 7 years in Huawei.
Quote - Anders Teslo: "Most people overestimate what you can do in one year and underestimate what they can do in ten years"