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Tweakker appoints Andersen as chief product officer

Tweakker
Thursday 13 February 14

Mobile connectivity firm Tweakker of Denmark today announces the appointment of Sune Sonne Andersen as its chief product officer. The appointment reflects Andersen’s input into Tweakker&rsquo…

Mobile connectivity firm Tweakker of Denmark today announces the appointment of Sune Sonne Andersen as its chief product officer.

The appointment reflects Andersen’s input into Tweakker’s remarkable growth over the past two years, which now embraces more than 100 mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs) and network operators as customers in five continents and their 100 million plus subscribers.

With a Masters in Information Studies, Andersen began his career in developing customer care services for Denmark’s largest provider of satellite TV. He was instrumental in growing this business from 30 to 100 employees in less than a year.

He then decided to pursue an internship in Silicon Valley and completed a seven month appointment with the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Innovation Center Denmark in Palo Alto, California. There he experienced and embraced the disruptive nature of start ups.

Andersen then returned to his homeland and joined Tweakker as a business developer, with particular focus on smartphone app development. He has since driven Tweakker’s product development and relationships with MVNOs worldwide for the past two years.

Dennis Juul Poulsen, Tweakker’s CEO states: “This appointment reflects the substantial impact that Sune has had in developing Tweakker’s business these past two years. I am absolutely thrilled about his continuing contribution in bringing about Tweakker’s vision of being the world's first, truly seamless mobile connector for MVNOs and network operators worldwide.”


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