Richard Matti – new Senior Manager Global Sales & Business Development
At NetClean we are always looking for new talent, and recently we were fortunate to recruit Richard Matti to our team.
Matti comes with a wealth of international experience of the software industry, primarily in the areas of enterprise sales, business development and strategic alliance management. He will be heading up the sales and partner team for us, focusing on international expansion as well as on growing our home market.
Matti first heard of NetClean when he and his family bumped into Head of NetClean Anna Borgstrom and her family, when they shared the back of a pickup truck taxi in Thailand. After realising they were both from Kungsbacka outside Gothenburg and had a lot in common, Matti learned all about NetClean. He then became intrigued by the idea of a job that could leverage his experience and work with solutions that actively combat online crime and drive a positive change.
Five years after first meeting Borgstrom he found an opportunity to join the company in a role that will use his skills-set well.
Asked to elaborate further on the attraction of NetClean, he responds that it is the opportunity to work with a company that advocates for more corporate social responsibility and where, as a result, changes happen as businesses increase their ethical awareness and understand their importance in the fight against child sexual abuse crime.
Matti already enjoys the contact with NetClean’s customers. He says that he is impressed with the industry professionals that he meets, and the commitment they show to make a difference to both company profiles and society as a whole.
Now Matti is expanding his team and looks forward to broadening NetClean’s reach in the world.
Family: Wife Lise, sons Hugo (11) and Oliver (8), and two cats called Saga and Ceasar.
Lives: In Vallda, Sando outside Gothenburg
Interest: travelling, multisport, spending time with the family
Special talent: Is good at growing his own food and dreams of building a greenhouse
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