Anna Borgström appointed new Head of NetClean

Anna Borgström appointed new Head of NetClean
14 December, 2016 NetClean
NEWS 2016/12/14

Anna Borgström appointed new Head of NetClean

Fredrik Frejme, Head of NetClean, has after eight years with NetClean decided to leave the company. Incoming Head of NetClean, starting January 1, 2017, is Anna Borgström.

“We are sorry to see Fredrik leave the organisation and want to thank him for the work he has done for the company. That Anna Borgström takes over from Fredrik, is the best possible solution, she is the right person to continue to drive and develop NetClean. Anna has worked at NetClean for many years, has a strong customer focus, an extensive network and a well-established relationship with many of our customers”, says Christian Berg, CEO of NetClean and Safer Society Group.

Anna Borgström has worked at NetClean for seven years, with many of the company’s largest and most complex sales, as sales manager and as responsible for business development within the telecom segment.

“I am proud to take over from Fredrik and I am looking forward to continue to develop the company. I will continue to work with our amazing customers and our network to stay at the forefront of efficient detection and blocking tools to stop child sexual abuse material”, says Anna Borgström.

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