Hennes & Mauritz's new ceo, was born and grew up in Skellefteå, northern sweden, and has a long history of the company behind it. After graduating in international economics at the stockholm school of Economics at Umeå university in 1997, she began immediately to work at Hennes & Mauritz, where she began her professional career as an economist in a company's purchasing department.
Then, she has been a director human resources in produktionskontoret in Dhaka, Bangladesh, and the director of the underklädesproduktionen in Hong kong, she in 2010, was appointed head of group corporate sustainability of the company.
before she became a production manager, based in Hong kong. For more than a few years, she has served as the chief operating officer (chief operating officer), responsible for the expansion of the logistics, production, information technology, and Advanced data analysis/AI, as well as the Insights and Analytics.
as of 2014, she was named the industry's most powerful woman in the ekonomitidskriften the Business. In the motivation of employees, wrote to the newspaper, among other things:
”so Far, Helena Helmersson has taken step after step to new knowledge, new forms of cooperation, taken at the H&M in the leader's jersey on the field after the field of the sustainable development of enterprises. Of the executive team reporting directly to the managing director Karl-Johan Persson.”
for Myself, " said Helena Helmersson, so, here, this year, in an interview with the Swedish daily newspaper svenska Dagbladet.
”of course I'm proud, but I know the team is behind on our work. I represent a great company with a great deal of power and responsibility to improve the situation in the textile industry.”
it was Helena Helmersson, also receiving the distinction of ”Influential Leaders”. The award was handed out by the AACSB (the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business), as well as to kvalitetsbedöma schools.
”As a leader and as an advocate of sustainability, Helena Helmersson has influenced the way companies look at sustainability. During his time at UM, she has demonstrated leadership and commitment to sustainability, it was, inter alia, in the explanatory memorandum.
She was one of 13 celebrities, who, 2019, the temporary lending out of their portraits in the arrivals halls of terminals 2 and 5 at Arlanda airport, which is called ”Welcome to my hometown”. The initiative was taken in order to provide a place for entrepreneurs who want to help save the world.
she was at the venue of the World economic forum in Davos on Thursday. According to Reuters, addressed her, then, with climate change, with the words, ”Discuss the less... get more stuff done.
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