Stockholm, 26 January 2021--TechBuddy, the leading European company for tech support, today announced an investment from Swedish Executive Annette Brodin Rampe. Annette is CEO for Health tech start-up ImagineCare AB based in Stockholm and she brings more than a quarter century of successful board level experience in Nordic companies to TechBuddy.
Annette is an investor and has acted as advisor to the executive team and board members of several companies and foundations for more than 15 years. 12 of them as Senior Partner for Brunswick Group where she during her last 4 years acted as the Groups Managing Partner for Europe.
Annette has held various other executive positions such as CEO for Senea AB and Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Energy company E.ON Sverige AB. Since 2018 she is the Chair of Global Child Forum, a Swedish non-profit foundation initiated by H.M. the King and H.M. the Queen of Sweden. She is also a co-founder of women’s care start-up HerCare AB where she serves as Board Member.
“It’s an honour to have a woman with such a vast amount of knowledge and experience joining TechBuddy. Annette forms part of a broad network of thought leaders and decision makers thanks to her engagement across different industries and countries. I look forward to learning a lot from her experience as we scale TechBuddy, especially given she has held executive positions in large multinational corporations, start-ups as well as foundations,” comments TechBuddy’s CEO Tahero Nori.
Annette Brodin Rampe says: “TechBuddy’s vision to bridge the digital gap in society resonates with my experience both professionally and personally. With new technologies on the rise, we need companies like TechBuddy, to respond to challenges that simply haven’t been there a few years back. I´m a strong believer of bridging and closing gaps between people as part of shaping a better society for everyone. Therefore, I’m delighted to support the TechBuddy team on their exciting journey.”
TechBuddy is a leading European tech support company. The company offers on-demand and on-site services by tapping into a large community of gig workers. TechBuddy connects tech experts, known as "Buddies", with the almost infinite number of people who need help with technology at home. Using a unique platform to handle large volumes of services, TechBuddy has become a service provider for large telecommunications companies and consumer electronics retailers to help their customers at home or in the office.