Daniel has more than 10 years of experience in sales and operations in the maritime industry, He has worked both in China and the public sector in Singapore and has been responsible for the internationalisation and industry transformation project for the offshore and marine sectors. Daniel’s role is to identify market opportunities in the region, to develop programmes and facilitate projects.
Diana has a long track record of 40 years with Innovation Norway and its predecessors. She works mainly with accounting, HR and administration and also assist the India office and the Embassy in accounting matters.
Nee Ker will focus on Healthtech, Smart Cities and Circular Economy. He started his career in semiconductor technology and has various role in management, technical support, design, sales and marketing. In 2007, he made a mid-career switch to healthcare and was involved in the design and commissioning of two hospitals in Singapore.
Pål Kastmann is Director of Innovation Norway Singapore and is also the chair of the Nordic Innovation House in Singapore. He has previously spent eight years in China, during which time he was covering the energy and environment sectors, as well as managing the Norwegian Energy and Environment Consortium (NEEC). He also worked for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and was part of the team setting up the Norwegian Consulate General in Guangzhou in 2008. Prior to that he held various positions in Nepal, amongst other things working on CSR-activities and labour migration at the International Labour Organization. He has a master’s degree in Chinese and Economics from the University of Oslo and the London School of Economics.
Per Christer holds a PhD in process engineering and has more than 25 years’ experience from academia, research, consultancy and industry – primarily within the energy business. He has worked in countries including Norway, Sweden, Canada, USA, Japan, Singapore and UAE. Per Christer has a total of 11 years’ experience from Innovation Norway, promoting Norwegian research and technology cooperation and business relations with stakeholders in Asia (Japan, Singapore) and has a large contact network across industry, academia and governmental entities.
Susanna has experience on advisory services in various sectors with focus on Circular Economy, Healthcare, Seafood, Food & Beverages, Tourism and Entrepreneurship. In addition to client and special assigned projects, Susanna is also responsible for organising the Norwegian Pavilion at major trade exhibitions both for Innovation Norway and client. She also handles administrative matters both for the projects and the office.
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