Stefan Nerpin is Senior Vice President of Marketing, Communications & Public Affairs at Volvo Bus Corporation. In previous roles as CCO/CMO for DNV GL Group, Vattenfall, SEB Group, and at TNT Global Express, Stefan together with his teams developed global brands and advanced profitable business growth in highly competitive markets. He has managed mergers and acquisitions with re-branding, digital transformation, customer development, company/CEO positioning and organizational change. A common ambition has been to engage customers and key stakeholders in pioneering industry transformation, technology innovation, and safe and sustainable enterprise. Stefan holds a degree of Master of Science in Business and Economics (Civilekonom) from the University of Lund, Sweden.
Helena Lind is Head of Media Relations/PR at Volvo Bus Corporation.
Helena Lind has 25 years of experience from the communications industry and has worked within the fields of public relations, public affairs, marketing and internal communications in industries including transport, medical, construction andIT. Helena holds a degree of Master of Science in Business and Economics from the University of Gothenburg, Sweden.
The future smart cities will offer their citizen’s safe, clean, noise-free and efficient public transportation. However, this transformation is not only about technology, but also heavily impacted by politics, collaborations and communications.
With their in-depth experience from some of the world’s pioneering smart cities, Stefan and Helena will provide insights of how Volvo Buses approaches the electromobility transformation in public transport through an omni-channel strategy. Their main goals are to help cities towards sustainable public transport and engage them to take the first steps on a new greener, electrified and digital path. Our profession of communication is a key enabler in pioneering this global transformation journey.
Volvo Buses is a world leading manufacturer of buses and coaches, operating in +140 countries with revenues of EUR 2,5 billion. The company’s 8,000 employees share the passion to help create the cities of the future - free from congestion, emissions and noise. Listen to your city, the future is electric!