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Anki Malmborg Hager elected one of the two most powerful people among Lund technology companies according to Rapidus ranking

The news site Rapidus has been looking into nealy 180 companies of extended IDEON business park in Lund, Sweden in a unique survey of decision-makers of the region. Ericsson veteran Tord Wingren and Alligator Bioscience co-founder Anki Malmborg-Hager were ranked two of the most powerful people among Lund technology companies.

Rapidus writes:

Leeding up to the expansion of the concept of Ideon, Rapidus went through the records of company boards and chief executives of all technology companies which have their registered office at Ideon Medicon Village, Mobile Heights Center and Edison Park.

In total it ads up to around 700 decision makers of almost 180 companies. Most of them only sit on one board or CEO positions however 56 of these people have posiotions in more than one technology company on the extended Ideon area. At the top of the list are a dozen people with at least three appointments, including the CEO of Jolife Erik von Schenck and Professor Carl Borrebaeck, who among several appointments is on the board of Alligator Bioscience and Clinical Laserthermia Systems.

Read the full news at Rapidus site (only subscribers)

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Anki Malmborg Hager, CEO of SenzaGen through to final in SKAPA innovation prize

Anki Malmborg and SenzaGen is one of the two winners of the region final of Sweden’s biggest innovation prize, the SKAPA Prize. The winner of this development prize and the winners of the prize for Future Innovators were presented last Monday in a ceremony at the High Court in Malmö. The governor Margaret Pålsson and ALMI Skåne’s CEO Anders Norman handed out the prizes to the proud winners. All four winners are moving on to the national finals.

In the motivation for giving the prize for SKAPA-innovation to Anki Malmborg you can read:
The company has presented advanced research in a transparent, commercial manner and has quickly proven that it can significantly minimize the proportion painful animal testing considerably, as well as it wil deliver added value to their different customer groups.

Read the press release on ALMI’s newsdesk (in Swedish)