Move to Gothenburg is a collaborative initiative that aims to attract and welcome skilled internationals, and get them to stay and thrive in the region long-term. The initiative is run within the framework of a regional platform comprising stakeholders from the business community, academia as well as city and region.
OUR GUIDING PRINCIPLES
Attracting talent from all over the world to create a better future and help the region and employers reach their vision.
- Building knowledge and providing thought leadership within talent attraction and retention
- Identifying and addressing the needs/challenges of talent and employers
- Collaborating with relevant stakeholders to develop solutions
- Showcasing how talent can build their desired life in our region
- We influence policy to improve the conditions for international talent and recruiting employers
- We support employers and organisations to attract and retain international talent
- We design and communicate the total package of an attractive region, leading clusters and exciting job opportunities
- We provide tools, services and activities that support talent in their settlement process
The initiative is financed and run through our Trustees and Partners. The Board of Trustees consists of representatives from every Trustee and makes decisions regarding implementation and development. Our partners help finance the initiative and their representatives form the Advisory Board where they contribute important viewpoints.
Read more about our collaboration partners here.
If you would like to get in touch, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or get in touch with the appropriate person below.
Meet the team
Speaker nameNiklas DelersjöSpeaker occupationHead of Move to GothenburgSpeaker/speech summaryEmail: email@example.com
Direct +46 31-83 59 38
Mobile +46 761-19 77 08
Niklas is in charge of Move to Gothenburg and also responsible for partnerships and collaboration with external stakeholders like authorities and politicans. In addition he runs the development areas ”coordinated authorities” and ”housing”.
Speaker nameLovisa BohlinSpeaker occupationDevelopment Manager - TalentSpeaker/speech summaryEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Direct +46 31-367 61 56
Lovisa focusses on developing an International Center which will function as a meeting point for global talents and include relevant services to simplify the process. She is also responsible for organising and coordinating networks and events.
Speaker nameLeena Dhankher JoshiSpeaker occupationCommunications ManagerSpeaker/speech summaryEmail: email@example.com
Direct + 46 31-835916
Mobile +46 702-787873
Leena handles communications and all its related activities for the initiative. She is responsible for developing and implementing the communications strategy of which the digital platforms and tools, both existing and future, are a key part.
Speaker nameHelen BairuSpeaker occupationDevelopment Manager - EmployersSpeaker/speech summaryEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Direct +46 31-367 61 39
Helen is involved in matters concerning international schools and pre-schools as well as spouse issues. Moreover, she is coordinating the HR Global Mobility Network consisting of experts in this area. Helen is working part time in the project and on the other part she is an investment adviser at Business Region Göteborg.
Speaker nameBen KendallSpeaker occupationCommunications OfficerSpeaker/speech summaryEmail: email@example.com
Direct +46 31-367 61 63
Ben is the editor of the Move to Gothenburg website. Ben has himself made the move to Gothenburg from Sydney, Australia, and is familiar with the challenges that come with establishing yourself in a new country. Ben co-founded and for seven years ran the website Göteborg Daily, the first independent English language news service for West Sweden.
Speaker nameMadalina MagnussonSpeaker occupationInternational Talent AdvisorSpeaker/speech summaryEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Direct +46 31-367 62 03
Madalina is one of the Talent Advisors at the Open Desk Service. Madalina focusses on co-organising the Career Programme and other events for international talents. She is also involved in the development process of the International Center. Madalina has relocated to the United States for studies and a few times in Europe for work and as an accompanying partner.