Vectura invests in the future with a series of new recruitments
Vectura Fastigheter has grand plans for expansion in community and commercial real estate. The innovation centre Forskaren in Hagastaden, Stockholm, is one of the projects included in the initiative.
Real estate company Vectura strengthen their organization with a series of new recruits to accelerate growth. Simultaneously, they launch a new visual identity and website.
“We are now building Vectura 2.0, a company that acts sustainably, is at the forefront of our segments and contribute to development in both the industry and society as a whole. With innovative thinking and good knowledge as well as continued recruitments and a focused growth strategy we are now building the foundation for taking the next step as a company,” says Joel Ambré, CEO at Vectura.
One of the projects included in the growth strategy is Forskaren, which will become Stockholm’s world-leading Life Science-centre. Other than a number of new additions to Vectura’s board of directors, Sherko Eliassi has been recruited as project manager for Forskaren and David Nilsson has joined as a business developer.
“We contribute to the development of a science city in Hagastaden with infinite possibilities for exchanges and collaborations in Life Science. Vectura’s long-term initiatives allow Forskaren to grow even stronger as an innovation partner and a hub for creative collaborations,” says Micael Averborg, Head of Business Development at Vectura.