Kineo Sweden

Opened in 2011, Kineo Sweden supports Scandinavian and Northern European clients. 

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Meet some of the team below.

Anders Bark

Anders BarkAnders is a Director of Kineo Sweden. He always works in close relationship with our customers. He takes a leading role when it comes to the Instructional Design. Anders is passionate about e-learning where Business Objectives and Competency is the most important to achieve.

Career

Anders has worked with e-learning since the middle of the 1990’s and is a veteran in the e-learning area. He has a broad experience from projects in different industries such as retail, automotive, construction equipment, IT, engineering, transport, defense and university. In customer project Anders takes the role of project manager and Instructional Designer. He also has a vast experience of media production such as media programming, interaction design, illustrations and picture editor. Anders also does training and education in Instructional design and capability building.

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"I am devoted to solutions where training is integrated with the daily work tasks. E-learning is often a good starting point for 'learning-while-working' solutions."

Bengt Gustafsson

Bengt GustafssonBengt is a Director of Kineo Sweden. He is responsible for customer contacts and projects. He also ensures that customers are satisfied from start to result in a project.

Career

Bengt has experience from global organisations both internal and via distributor, sales and support channels. As manager for a market company with responsibility for both sales and after market he has experience from the challenges large global corporations faces when they roll out training programs on a global basis. In e-learning he has experience from sales and project management to design and follow up. He likes to take the responsibility and give the customer the best support to ensure that the results are the best possible.

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"A happy customer is the best proof of success. There is nothing better than being able to demonstrate the success of a training program based on measurable results."