Grieg Seafood has appointed Nina Stangeland as Chief Strategy Officer, but she will not start in the position until September 1. "I am pleased to welcome Nina Stangeland to our team," said Andreas Kvame, CEO of Grieg Seafood. "With Nina's extensive and diverse experience from the ocean industries, we could not have found a better person to advance our corporate strategy and utilize strategic opportunities in our regions and markets."
This is how the company welcomed Stangeland, who joins Grieg's management team with a Master's degree in economics from the University of Oslo and the University of Cape Town and almost two decades of experience.
Stangeland has wide experience in business development and finance in the fishing, maritime and financial industries. For instance, one of the positions we can find on her resume is managing director of the NCE Seafood Innovation Group since 2019, a 130-member initiative to promote innovation and sustainability in the Norwegian fishing industry. In addition, she is also an experienced board member and has held various positions in companies such as Bergen Group, Sparebanken Vest, and Bridgehead.
Therefore, now for Grieg Seafood, Stangeland will be responsible for leading the advancement of the corporate strategy to continue to grow the business in all regions, countries, and segments.
"I see Grieg Seafood as an ambitious company with a motivating culture – that aims to develop and grow its position as a leading seafood company in a sustainable way. For me, this is an opportunity to combine my passion for this industry with my experience and competence in strategy and business development. I really look forward to joining the Grieg Seafood team and take part in their exciting journey," said Nina Stangeland.
Grieg Seafood is one of the world's leading salmon farming companies. Its headquarters are in Bergen, Norway, but it operates fish farms in Norway and Canada. More than 750 people are working for the company in various regions.