Einshøj Global Chief Strategy Officer, Intellian

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Intellian announced the appointment of Søren Einshøj as its new Global Chief Strategy Officer and President. With nearly twenty years in the marine communications industry, Einshøj will lead Intellian’s growth. Based in Oslo, Norway, President and CSO Søren Einshøj will be part of the core leadership within Intellian. Einshøj will be focused on developing and managing strategic alliances and partnerships throughout the industry worldwide.

In 2001 on behalf of Telenor, formerly Norwegian PTT, Einshøj founded Marlink, a merger between Telenor owners’ maritime satellite communication unit and the acquired SAIT Communications SA based in Belgium. As the CEO of the Marlink group until 2007, Einshøj positioned the company as the preferred satellite communication provider within the global maritime community.

In addition to his fifteen years of international leadership within the maritime satellite communication industry, Einshøj brings experience from top management positions in computer manufacturing, as an entrepreneur and independent management consultant, and army officer. Einshøj has a Bachelor of Economics degree and an Executive MBA in Shipping and Logistics from Copenhagen Business School in addition to master disciplines in Marketing Planning and International Business Finance and Business Strategy.

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